Scratch the Cressida off my list of Toyotas because @be4ver's wagon is the last one. This marks 244 variants out of 260. The light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter! Adam, I hope you don't mind that I installed matching wheels and buffed out the paint a little.
One Cressy, Two Cressy, White Cressy, Blue Cressy. Ask @fluffmastah why he doesn't have three, but I guess two is good enough.
I almost always choose modified cars to illustrate, but today I just couldn't pass up this amazing Cressida wagon. (Actually, this is called a Corona Mark II because it's groovy JDM, not boring USDM) @tsunenaga1980 lives in Japan and owns this classic and you should check out his page for the cool vintage motorcycles. This guy is badass!
Check out @connery.ssp's second-generation work-in-progress Cressida. These uncommon sedans are super fun in the rain, not too heavy and rear-wheel-drive. And that's all I got to say about that.
RB25? Check! Work VS Mesh? Check! Full cage? Check! Rear door delete? Check! This MX83 "coupe" is arguably one of the coolest 4th-gen Cressies that I have ever seen. After zipping through @brkshft_brandon's Instagram, it's obvious that this is no show car. Bits hanging and pieces missing... that's how a car is meant to be thrashed!
I drove over 300 miles to buy this old beast, but it was so clean that I couldn't pass it up. A good friend of mine owned a performance shop and owed me a few favors, so I dropped off this MX72 along with a rear-ended 1987 Supra Turbo to have the sporty turbo six and manual transmission swapped out of the coupe and into the wagon. After the two cars collected dust for a few months I sold both of them and never got to drive my sleeper wagon. Bummer.
Yet another Japanese import in my quest to illustrate every single body style of Toyota vehicles sold in the US. (#31/244) This MX73 Cressida sedan is posted up over at the JNC forum by owner Ayocab. It was as close to showroom as possible when he snatched it up and his tasteful mods have only improved the classic boxy eighties styling.
I stumbled onto this classic first-year (for the US anyway) MX32 Cressi while goofing off on Facebook. It's for sale! The wheels and mild stance are perfect for retaining the original look, and you can't miss that color!