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|Here is where you will find stories of some of our old beloved Toyotas. These stories will come from me, or friends
I have met over the years. We hope you'll enjoy reading about them.
|TOYOPET CROWN TALES
1958 Toyopet Crown Restoration - Toyota Motors brought a Crown back to life.
Consulate Crown (Tupelo Toyopet) - 1958 Toyopet Crown, part 1 & 2
Wisconsin Toyopet - Partially restored and moved to Australia.
Michigan Toyopet - A Crown in the land of Fords.
The Tachikawa Air Base Crown - a 1960 Crown in Tokyo.
Malta Crown - coming soon!
Frenchy's 58 - coming soon!
Japanese RT40 Corona - The story of Nobu Kawakami and the Corona that helped
create a website.
Project RT43 - Coming soon!
Terresa's Tiara Tales - Part One - Terresa talks about life with a Toyota Tiara
Terresa's Tiara Tales - Part Two - More Tiara talk from Terresa
Terresa's Tiara Tales - Part Three - Terresa continues with more Tiara Tales
An Aussie Tiara Gets Restored - John Ryan's Tiara wagon
SPORTS 800 TALES
Sports 800 - A California Barn Find - A Sports 800 that a friend and I 'discovered' and
Toyota's Littlest Sports Car - Sports 800 owner recollects his life with the smallest
A Little Publica Pickup - A beat-up Publica pickup is rescued and restored!
My RA29 - the story of me & my Celica.
Twins! - coming soon!
Yellow Rose of Texas - A low mile, all original Celica GT liftback
Number Five - coming soon!
LAND CRUISER TALES
The first FJ45 I found - An FJ45 starts a love of Toyota vehicles for this Toyota fan!
|This page was updated January 2013
|I'm always looking for new Toyota Tales. If you think you have an old Toyota that you would like to see
included, please contact me. Vehicles should be pre-1980 and stock or original condition is preferred.