We are still months away from seeing the new Camry on the road, but not too early to feature it here. Let's spin the color wheel... looks like blue today! This knocks the last Camry from my list of every Toyota to illustrate.
Yet another Toyota variant in my quest to illustrate all, and it's another rare model. The Camry sedan is ubiquitous but how often do you see a first-gen liftback? Not hardly at all, and @travelssias's liftback was pretty much the only one I could find on Instagram. Here ya go, Nicobson, because you chose a unique ride you get a unique gift of my art. Enjoy.
(credit to vutran_ for refering this car)
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.
Shit. What happened to your back doors @edwin415? How are you gonna fill your back seats with groceries and baby seats? Fuck it, nobody is gonna notice that you couldn't find all of your doors when they see those sweet bronze Gulf Stich sneakers. I sure swear a lot when I write these late at night. I gotta cut back on the edibles. Sorry.
Another hard-to-find modified car today, the second-gen Camry wagon. Checking in at number 165 in my quest to draw every Toyota ever sold in the US, today I chose @yoway, just a random guy in Taiwan who happens to drive a clean wagon.
It's fun watching the transformation of a stock commuter to something a little more unique, especially when I don't have to lift a finger. That is the case with this 4th-gen Camry, owned by @themilommm. Carefully-chosen parts were selected to enhance this sedan's character and it's definitely not like any other on the road.
To Yokohama today, where we find @takec.5541 and his 7th-generation Camry dipped in Blizzard Pearl. Looks good with factory Venza wheels bolted on!
Let's go grab some groceries, call @theofficialtonyroche and you'll get em quick enough. I gotta be honest, it took me about 30 minutes to find a Camry wagon that's worthy of art, but the moment I saw it I knew it was the one. Nice job, Tony!