Toyota used to make stuff other than beigemobiles. Check out the cool stuff we saw at the meet last weekend!

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Last weekend a few of us drove out to Priority Toyota Chesapeake for the annual meet hosted by Mid-Atlantic Yotas and the Mideast Region Supra Owners Club. I had been to this meet a few years back and finally got to go back this year.

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Obviously being hosted by a Supra club, there were a ton of examples of Toyota’s flagship performance car to oogle over.

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The JZA80 (MK4) has such classic lines, I don’t see demand for these cars ever going down.

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This gorgeously restored MA60 Celica-Supra was a big draw with it’s clean 2JZ swap.

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Supras weren’t the only thing there though, MR2’s had a pretty good showing as well. It’s too bad I couldn’t bring mine!

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Willie’s stacked 3S-GTE is always a hit. I love this car!

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While most people seem to flock to the SW20 chassis, I will always be partial to the original AW11 MR2.

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Another big part of Toyota’s history is 4WD, so on to the trucks!

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These lifted 4Runners and a low, supercharged X-Runner showed some awesome contrast being right next to each other.

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I adore old 4Runners. Why can’t we have manual 4wd SUV’s with removable roofs any more? Somebody really should bring that back.

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This one looks ready for the zombie apocalypse or the set of Mad Max.

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Deez nuts!

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The black X-Runner was rocking this cool TRD supercharger. I LOVE these trucks.

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There were a few 4A-GE-powered cars present in the form of AE86 Corollas as well

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This imported AE86 Trueno won “Best Corolla”

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I will never not like Hayashi Streets. They look so good on pretty much every classic Japanese car ever.

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Mitchell’s Celica gets mistaken for an AE86 all the time, so I thought it was pretty funny that they all parked around it.

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My Cressida Wagon was the only X7 generation Cressida, but there were two X8’s!

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This stock-looking X8 was one of two 1UZ V8 swapped Cressidas present. Unfortunately both of them promptly blew coolant everywhere upon arrival.

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Fortunately it was an easy fix for both cars. The tan car had a pulley wear through a hose, and this one just needed the electric fans to be reconnected properly. I’d love to do this swap in my wagon!

That’s about it for my coverage of the event. I hope to be able to check it out next year!

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