Variant number 247 illustrated out of 260 in my Toyota project. Today we've got a jolly green coupe owned by @kumaking23 over in Japan somewhere, I think.
Marcia is the original owner of this ultra-rare '74 Corona two-door sedan and she has made the most of their time together. This car is so rare that I didn't even know that this body variant existed until a few days ago. Even the internet shrugged at me. But I managed to find Marcia's rad little car for sale in the Tuscon area. Go check it out! tucson.craigslist.org/cto/5902599665.html
Wagon envy. I have it. I've only owned one wagon in my life and I only drive it a few times, so I have this itch that needs to be scratched. Thanks @a_guy_and_his_e34 for letting me pretend for a little while.
Commission for @tysonhugie. 5/5 of his 1990s Acuras as documented on Jalopnik.
Commission for @tysonhugie. 3/5 of his 1990s Acuras as documented on Jalopnik.
The 4E-EFT was the most powerful E-series engine that Toyota ever produced. Let that sink in for a second before I also mention that it's a 1.3L and it boasted 133hp. Of course, @rick_4e wasn't gonna leave his lump stock, so he's got all sorts of little go-fast bits bolted on. No more 82hp 3E-E in his Tercel! Sit it all on some Equip 03s and you've got a fun little toy.
VIP maxed out. @sikcamry's fifth-generation Camry has all the bits and pieces needed to require a chauffeur, that's for sure. This is dedication.
I was working at a stereo shop here in Portland when the 1993 GS was unveiled. The shop owner bought one of the first ones and I thought that it was one of the sweetest cars I had ever laid eyes on. That fascination continues to this day. Spice it up with a bunch of VIP bits, some custom paint and a set of sweet Altstadt Type 1s and you end up with this GS owned by @dhoz82.