Toyota number 256 in my seemingly-never-ending quest to illustrate every Toyota vehicle ever sold in the US. The wayback machine brings us the first-generation Corolla wagon today. This example is a glimpse into the future when @vintagegaragekk gets his newly-epoxied KE16 coated in Fire Engine Red. Let's throw some gold Equip 03s on there, too. Not too shabby!
This badass little Sprinter Coupe owned by @chamo88 marks the first Toyota in the final ten illustrations to complete every single body Variant of every single Toyota sold in the US. Cue the music! Europe? The Final Countdown... dunna na nah... danna na na nah...
Troopie! I got to drive one of these around on Fraser Islend in Australia a few years ago and it was a blast. I can't imagine having one in the garage ready for adventure at any moment. Just ask @big_red_troopy how awesome it is!
It took me a while to track down someone who owned a Crown two-door wagon, and it ended up being none other than Mooneyes USA's savior, @rs31sugi. Want a serious dose of JDM perfection? Go cruise through his IG!
@singervehicledesign takes a beautiful car and polishes it to perfection. This 911 Targa has been restored to a better-than-new state. Illustrated at the request of @vector_garage who is in the middle of drawing my own collection of motorcycles. Go check out his IG feed and marvel at the beauty within.
VW T1 Utility Truck commission for Phillip Ponce.
I'm so close to the end of my Toyota illustration project that it's all I want to draw, but when a friend needed some ideas for his BWM 2002 I was forced to go online for fresh examples. I stumbled across @oszkarbacsi and some photos of a sweet little 2002 that he worked on.
Are there FJ40s everywhere? Here in Portland they are a common sight, scattered throughout the city like pepperoni on a pizza. Some are crusty, sure, but this original specimen looked nearly perfect. It checks all the right boxes.