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!
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!
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.
Number 242 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota variant sold in the US is @el_tipico's rad and ratted out little Corolla wagon.
Number 229 out of 264 Toyota variants knocked from the list. @n.k_crown proudly rocks this Crown wagon and judging from the photos on his Instagram account he displays her at every show in the Shizuoka prefecture of Japan, and beyond.
It's fun exploring Instagram in the quest to find rare Toyota owners and I meet the coolest guys. I had to convince @junkman356 to get his vintage Crown wagon out of storage for some photos so I could accurately illustrate her. This is number 225 out of a total 265 Toyota variants in my quest to illustrate every model that was ever sold in the US.
Winner after winner after winner! @shreddtapp persistently played the daily Sneak Peek game and finally won his five points last week. You can also win free art by playing along every morning. I post a daily hint for the next day's vehicle and if you are the first to guess the model then you get a point. Five points and you earn a free illustration or some goodies from my past art. Good luck!
Subaru Forester commission by @phil__reel.