The two first generation RWD Toyota Celicas we found for sale on Exoticclassics are a 1972 Celica ST Coupe and the car often called the "Japanese Mustang".
The earlier model's dashboard gauge reads 16,562 miles (26,654 km), but according to the seller, the true miles are likely around the 116,000 mark. This one is listed for $14,500 and it has a 2.0-liter 18R-C 4-cylinder engine pushing close to 100-horses and a 4-speed manual gearbox.
On the other hand, the newer 1976 Celica GT Fastback has only 13,100 miles (21,082 km) and is said to be "all original from the paint to the tires" with the car having been kept in a garage "by its meticulous previous owner". It sports a 2.2-liter SOHC engine and a three-speed automatic transmission (remember those days?).