Number 251 out of 263 (I recounted more accurately if you've been following along) in my quest to illustrate every Toyota variant sold in the states. Only twelve left! Today we visit Indonesia where @ntunk_retrosyndicate rips around in this little shark-mouthed, Hayashi-Streeted Corolla sedan.
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.
There's about to be a waterfall of winners here, and the first is @carsinaz. He correctly guessed five Sneak Peek points and earned a free feature. This clean little WRX wearing Corvette sawblades looks fun to drive!
Got antsy over the new big body Lexus and since recently illustrating the sweet VIP rides of @mfxn0tserp and @nat7272 I wanted to get the jump on the LS500. I must admit, when I first saw the official release photos I was a little disappointed, I mean it looks a lot like I would have predicted. I wanted something that surprised me... and now that I see this lowered with some appropriate footwear and a shocking color, I love it.
I've spent over an hour trying to track down owners of some rare Toyotas for this project, but at least when I need to find a dope late-model big-body lexus it only takes seconds. Enter @nat7272's LS460L, VIP to the bone. Now only 39 variants left in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model ever sold in the US.
Another Sneak Peek game winner! Congrats to @bradbentonn for his persistence in guessing every morning until he earned five points. He chose to have his Mada 3 illustrated, and if you win then you can choose to have your own car featured on IDYC. Good luck!
Impossible to find. In the past few weeks as I get closer to the end of my project to illustrate all 265 Toyota model variations sold in the US, I've run into a number of models that just didn't sell well and weren't deemed collectable enough to survive the decades. It's a bit sad, but I suppose it's Darwinism in action. This Corolla Tercel sedan is one of those cars and after spending over an hour scouring Instagram for a single owner of this model, I gave up.
Number 221 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model ever sold in the US. Japan resident @akio0530's Toyota Windom was purchased before Lexus existed in its home country, but is identical to the Lexus ES330 here in the states.