Took this pic with you in mind...hope you enjoy this vintage, and may it cheer you after a tough week.
Toyota JP6 - c1969
Yesterday afternoon, as I was more engaged with my morning scone than my drive, I ended up alongside a Scion iM and couldnt help but remark that, “That is a hot-looking hatch.” Now realize that I do NOT believe in second thoughts, thus I allowed that one to flutter off until, just at this very figurative moment but…
RHD VX Land Cruiser
But when I do, they are Toyota pickup trucks.
Three years ago, a similar list of this nature was made on Oppo, let’s see how far we’ve gone since then…
This weekend all my friends were away so I figured that this would be a good project to keep me busy. The car is my 2005 Toyota Corolla Le. I did this process last year but stopped after polishing and applying a UV coating. I reapplied the coating but less than a year later they had faded over again. I did some online…
IT’S SO HOT DOWN HERE
With the front suspension measurements sorted, it was time to figure out what to do with the rear. The design of the mounting flange is completely different from any of the MR2 housings, and the struts themselves are sealed units.
Small world. I just saw this very same truck this morning in South Everett. It was incredible. Lo and behold, I find it on CL for sale. It is sexy but $15,000 is a lot of money for this, even if it is immaculate and obviously well-loved. I think this guy should hang to it for another five years. I have a feeling these…
Note: Author is in Australia, where prices for everything are wildly different and we call Miatas MX-5s.
Have a listen to the videos below and tell me if it sounds like the same engine is present in the S-PR as the Z4. It also seems to me that the Toyota is running a manual compared to the Z4’s auto. I love how drastically different the styling is coming out between the two. Oh, and canards on the roadster for some…
I was having the oil changed in my Camry when an incredibly pushy salesman tried to sell me a car. I told him I was not interested several times but he still kept trying to convince me that getting a Tundra was better for me than keeping my paid-off-in-two-years Camry. He kept on and kept on and kept on... it all had…
And in some distant land there is a crab that knows a lot about these strange cars.
Organized my grandmother-in-law’s garage today and came across this: