Toyota Corona CS: A Toyota classic from the 1980’s.There were stacks of these Corona’s on the road back then due to fact they were a top seller. I still see a few of them getting about on the road such as this dark blue example.
Toyota Celica LT 2000: Toyota’s iconic sports coupe started life a long time ago… and is still going. This red LT is a great example of a first generation Celica from the 1970’s. A well styled car. Awesome!
Toyota Corolla KE70 CS-X: A classic Toyota Corolla captured in the local shopping centre car park. This car is crying out to have a mean turbocharger fitted… but first the bumper needs fixing.
Toyota Corolla KE55: Coffee coloured? Oh doctor my eyes! Well it’s great see this lill’ ol’ Corolla still rollin’.
1973 Toyota Corona 1600: An AMI (Australian Motor Industries) assembled RT82 Toyota Corona from the 1970’s. The AMI badge is clearly visible under the Corona badge on the lower front fender. Unfortunately, not many of these getting around now days.
Toyota Corolla CS KE70: A Corolla from the early 1980’s. Particularly good condition this one.
1987 Toyota Chaser Lordly: One of the rarer and more interesting Toyota models. Based on the Cressida apparently.
1986 Toyota AE82 Corolla Twincam Hatchback: Back in the mid 1980’s these were the Corollas everyone wanted to have. The twin cam engine was a sporty little number which propelled these Corolla’s to unprecedented speeds at the time. Regular Corolla’s of course had the bog standard SOHC version which wasn’t as much fun . Many thanks to reader Deloury for the photos of his car.
Toyota Landcruiser HJ45: Old style 4WD’s like this Toyota Landcruiser are always great to see. It’s before 4WD’s became sexy and actually went on rough terrain. These are the vehicles that farmers, mining companies and others depended on to get them through the outback. Brother, you’re ok with me.
1983 Toyota Landcruiser G Series: A 1980’s version of the famous Toyota Landcruiser.