Technical Information...
Since I lost this car in an accident prior to building my website I don't have a lot of pictures. So the Celica section is mostly to show you what's interchangeable on the 20R and 22R from 1978-85.  Place your cursor over the corresponding part and year range to get a part number. NOTE: these numbers are CELICA only.

DISCLAIMER: use of this information is at your own risk.  Mascot Graphics takes no responsibility for interpretation of this information, and it is to be used as a guide, not an instruction manual.  All numbers are current as of 3-03.

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Part 20R 22R
75 76 77 78 79-80 81 82 83 84 85
Valve Cover 11201-39185 11201-39315 11201-39235 11201-35030
VC Gasket 11213-38010 11213-35010
Intake Manifold 17111-38010 17111-38012 17111-38030 17111-38031 17111-35012 17111-35030 (c) EFI
Head 11101-39195 11101-39196 11101-39386 11101-39415 11101-35030 11101-35060
Head Gasket 11115-38013 11115-35030
Camshaft 13511-38010 13511-38011
Cam Gear 13523-38011 13523-35010
Water Pump 16110-38020 16110-38022 16110-38031 16110-39316 16100-39345
Front Cover 11321-38020 11321-38010 11302-35010
FC Gasket R 11328-38020 PLACE                  CURSOR11328-35010OVER                  SQUARES
FC Gasket L 11338-38020 11329-35010
Oil Pump 15100-38010 15100-35021 15100-35020
Block 11401-39226 11401-39257 11401-39367 11401-49315
Crankshaft 13411-38010
Crank Pulley 13408-38011 13408-38010 13470-35020
Rods 13201-38011 13201-39025 13201-39015
Pistons 13101-38020 13101-38050 13101-35020 13101-35030
Oil Pan 12101-39136 see notes below 12101-39186 12101-35010
Pan Gasket 12151-35010

Some notes about certain parts and interchangeability

The 76-77 Oil Pan is listed as Base/ST - 12101-39186, GT - 12101-39156
The 78 Cylinder Head is very much like the earlier Heads, and 78 was the first year for Power Steering.
The 78 Head does not have provisions for a mechanical Fuel Pump.
The 78 Distributor has the vacuum advance on the bottom, thus requiring a P/S Bracket that clears it.
The 79 Power Steering Pump Bracket will not clear a 78 Distributor
The 78 Power Steering Pump Bracket will not bolt to a 79-80 Head, and vice-versa.
The Heater Return line on 75-78 cars returns to the lower Radiator Hose Inlet on the Radiator, not the Front Cover.
The 79 and later Front Cover has a hole for the Heater Return line and needs to be blocked if it is used on a 78 and down Car.
The Double Row Timing Chain can be used on 83-84 Engines if you replace the Cam and Crank Sprocket and Guides.
The 85 Front Cover will not accept the Double Row Chain Conversion from earlier cars, you must use an
LC Engineering kit.

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