Table of ContentsPage 1: ExteriorPage 2: InteriorPage 3: Engine CompartmentPage 4: Modifications ListPage 1:ExteriorWelcome everyone to my webpage devoted to my 1991 Toyota Camry! Please keep in mind that this little sedan here is still a work in progress (and probably always will be as I have no intentions of stopping the upgrades and modifications!) >:) Now one might ask as to why the hell I would bother customizing a 2nd generation Toyota Camry rather than getting a better car and work on it. Well, being that I'm only a part-time worker, my income won't allow me to afford the more costly vehicles. And besides, I kinda like the challenge of making a car like this look cool!To be honest, I don't think what matters is if it's got the most powerful engine stuffed under the hood, or can blind people with it's showcar looks. I love my Toyota Camry. I've poured so much blood, sweat, and tears into this thing it's not even funny, and I mean that. At least 4 days out of a week I'm outside in the scorching heat (summers here in Louisiana are hot!) But it's neat because I've pretty much taken this thing apart so many times that nowadays I can remove the entire front dash in less than 25 minutes. This car is special to me, because we've been through a lot. I sweat in the sun working on her, I bleed from getting cut up sometimes (especially when working on her from underneath), and I've shed tears because...well sometimes I just can't get something to work right when working on her. I've come to understand now what people mean when they say that you and your car can become one. I love my Camry, and damn all nay-sayers. Besides, due to the lack of aftermarket support for this car, it forces us Camry lovers to be creative at times. Where's the fun in bolt-ons? Cheap and easy. As for the Camry, everthing that has been added to her has been well-earned, in that I have to work my butt off for it, whether it be working for the money to afford something for the Camry, and/or working on the Camry itself. They say necessity is the mother of invention, so bring on your unoriginal bolt-on crap, and let's see who's more respected.This is a picture of the front exterior of the car. Notice the Pilot fog/parking lights just below the bumper. (They took me about 5 hours to install myself, cuz not only was it mostly a trial-and-error process, but also because I wanted the installation to be as professional as I could make it. Hey, if mods are being put on my car, then by golly they're gonna be done right!) The fog/parking lights have 2 modes-the 1st mode turns on the regular, semi-amber-colored fog lights, but the 2nd mode (and my personal favorite) turns on these cool dark blue-colored lights that make the car almost look...sexy. I also have a neat-o Streetscenze black windshield banner with a cool looking design on it. I cut the banner so that it made sort of an arc. It was hell trying to keep air bubbles out while applying it! (You'll have to enlarge the photo in order to get a good look at the banner.) I also have chrome-finished windshield wipers added. (Again, you'll have to enlarge the photo to see them better.) Although you can't see them in this picture, I've got dark blue-colored valve stem covers for my tires. I've also got 2 Sylvania Cool Blue 9004 headlights installed to give my car that shagadelic light-blue color at night.Here's the front exterior of the Camry at night. Notice the bling bling shine from the camera's flash right on the Toyota emblem! You might not be able to see them too well, but if you look on top of the hood closely, you can see my blue light washer nozzles. (Yes, I know the left and right turn signal covers are different colors, but ever since this picture was taken, I've had that fixed. Now both the left and right turn signal lenses are amber.)Here's the rear exteior of the Camry. That blue arrow near the bottom right points to my exhaust tip, which barely shows in this picture. Right above my third brake light is a K & N performance filters sticker. Also in this picture is my license plate cover and my Type S emblem.Here's a close-up of the license plate cover with two cobras intertwined on it.This is a Type S Camry! ;)In case you were wondering about my sound system, well, there's really none to speak of. All I have right now is the crappy stock sound system setup, and for some mysterious reason, it's stopped working. Upgrading my sound system will most likely be one of the last things I do. Until then, I can let the sound of the engine be the music. When I get more pics I'll be sure to post them on here, so make sure to check back often! Please let me know what you think of my Camry so far and I'm open to any suggestions anyone may have as to how to improve and/or modify this car, and please don't forget to sign my guestbook. Thanks for your time! :)1991 Toyota Camry w/3S-FE engine-"Never has a man done so much with so little."