The Toyota Usa Museum>>oh What A Feeling | Speedhunters

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 19 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
The Toyota Usa Museum>>oh What A Feeling | Speedhunters

The Toyota Usa Museum Next Chapter The release of the Toyota 86/Scion FR-S has not only breathed new life into the enthusiast car market. it’s also breathed new life into the Toyota brand itself. There was a long period where it seemed Toyota had completely given up on making fun cars, but that’s changed now and we can hope that the 86/FR-S are just the first in a new line of exciting Toyota vehicles coming down the line. With this new-found excitement over the brand swirling in my head, I recently made a visit to the Toyota USA Automobile Musuem in Torrance, California, located right down the street from Toyota’s American headquarters. I’d never visited Toyota’s US museum before, ...

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Corona ST191 project car: Excellent engine effort and then some

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 15 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Corona ST191 project car: Excellent engine effort and then some

Corona ST191 project car: Excellent engine effort and then some View the embedded image gallery online at: Most project vehicle Toyota Coronas of the 1992-1998 model years are known for a sporty saloon look, somewhat sleek and fast, yet toting the ability to handle interior and audio entertainment upgrades. The ST191, as most 1992-1998 Toyota Coronas (or Toyota Carinas in Europe) are billed by enthusiasts due to the ST191 chassis code seen within the engine bay, had a fairly decent two-liter four cylinder engine that can pull itself plus four to five passengers. Since it was marketed as an executive car, the suspension was meant more for comfort than roadholding. Lastly, the drab-looking ...

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Toyota Corona 1968 4D Sedan 4 SP Manual 1 5L Carb in Mount Waverley, VIC

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 15 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Corona 1968 4D Sedan 4 SP Manual 1 5L Carb in Mount Waverley, VIC

Toyota Corona 1968 4D Sedan 4 SP Manual 1 5L Carb in Mount Waverley, VIC for sale Up for auction is a 1968 Toyota Corona sedan in very good used condition. It is a four door. four cylinder — 1. 5L. manual sedan with column shift and bench seats. Photos show the car as it is. We uncovered it after many years stored under blankets in my father’s garage (the first photo) and then washed the exterior only to remove the dust that had filtered through the blankets during storage (remaining photos). This car was bought brand new by my grandfather on December 9th 1968 from Grants of Burwood Pty Ltd. He drove it very sparingly until shortly before he passed away in 1987 when my father ...

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The 2nd Time maintenance For 1972 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon | carleg

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 12 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
The 2nd Time maintenance For 1972 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon | carleg

The 2nd Time maintenance For 1972 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon When you purchase a car, you will get particular guidelines relating to maintenance suggested by producer for 1st maintenance and second and more. But, with all your occupied schedule together with the raised price of 1972 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon maintenance ,it must be noticed by you for maintaining your own 1972 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon in ideal condition .It guarantees you of the fact that whenever you are driving it, the experiencing possibilities almost any sort of 1972 Toyota Corona Mark II Wagon issue or trouble are reduced. But that has got verified for being a fact plus moreover because it helps in retaining and possessing ...

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Catalogs Toyota 1964 1965 1966 1967 Sales Brochures

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 8 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Catalogs Toyota 1964 1965 1966 1967 Sales Brochures

Brochures Toyota 1964 1965 1966 1967 Sales Literature Year: 1964 (Item #B10523) — Photo 1 TOYOTA, Toyota 1900 4-Door Family Sports Sedan: 2 page non-color sheet, 11×9. Front of sheet has two photographs showing three-quarter frontal view and interior of Toyota 1900 4-Door Family Sports Sedan, with discussion. Reverse side has four photographs showing exterior, dashboard and engine, with discussion and specifications. Comes with Suggested Retail Prices Toyota 1900, dated 5/6/64. U.S. Price:- $30. Year: 1964 (Item #B19494) — Photo 1 TOYOTA (RS46G), Toyota Crown Custom Station Wagon: 2 page color sheet, 12×8. Front of sheet is white, tan, yellow and black, with black and ...

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Your Cars: Fergus McIver’s 1968 Toyota Corona | Retro and Classic Cars

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 6 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Your Cars: Fergus McIver’s 1968 Toyota Corona | Retro and Classic Cars

Your Cars: Fergus McIver’s 1968 Toyota Corona Specification 1968 Toyota Corona RT40 Deluxe. 4-door saloon Sold new by Jim Walton Toyota in Penrith Original Specification: 1500cc overhead valve engine. 4 speed gearbox Disc / drum brakes. Weight: 925 kgs. Power: 75 bhp. Torque: 85 ft-lb Top speed: 90 mph Today’s Specification: 1972cc Toyota 21R overhead cam engine from 1985 Celica XT, lightly modified. Estimated power: 120 bhp. Torque: 130 ft-lb Top speed 125 mph ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- I’ve long had a fascination with quirky retro Japanese cars. The ...

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1968 Toyota Corona Project Ride: Resurrection | Driving Line | Catalog-cars

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 3 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
1968 Toyota Corona Project Ride: Resurrection | Driving Line | Catalog-cars

1968 Toyota Corona Project Ride: Resurrection | Driving Line 1968 Toyota Corona Project Ride: Resurrection Resurrecting an old car is all about contradiction… It’s fun but frustrating, there are rules but no rulebook, the closer you get to a goal the farther away from it you end up, it takes a patient hand but a quick mind… I bought the 1968 Toyota Corona to learn and get that all-important hand’s on experience. I knew very early that I needed to employ a point of inspiration…a rally cry if you may. Mine is a quote from the great basketball coach John Wooden, “Don’t let what you can’t do keep you from doing what you can do .” I saw this in the hallway of my son’s middle ...

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Fastback Friday: The Golden Age of Hatchbacks|Hooniverse

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 28 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Fastback Friday: The Golden Age of Hatchbacks|Hooniverse

Fastback Friday: The Golden Age of Hatchbacks Over at Hatchtopia. I’ve ruminated a number of times on an idea that I have – that there used to be a far greater selection of hatchback vehicles than there are today.  I don’t have any numerical evidence to back that theory, but I know it to be true.  It used to be that a car buyer could walk into nearly any dealership in the United States and find at least one mainstream vehicle available in a hatchback configuration.  I’m not talking about low-volume sports coupes or niche rides, but rather a 4- or 5- seat compact or midsized car with 3- or 5- doors. For instance, in various points in time, there were hatchback versions of the following: ...

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What Causes the Brakes to Squeak on a Toyota Camry? | eHow

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 24 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
What Causes the Brakes to Squeak on a Toyota Camry? | eHow

Vibrations A high frequency vibration can cause the brakes to squeak on a Toyota Camry. When the brakes are engaged, a set of pads grab the rotors, and imperfections on the rotor can cause the pads to skip. This skipping motion causes the pads to vibrate against the caliper pistons. The caliper then vibrates the mounts and bushings, causing a squeaking noise. The less secure these components are, the louder the squeak. Type of Rotor The type of metal the rotors are made of can cause the brakes to squeak on a Toyota Camry. Not all cast iron is the same. Some grades are more quiet and produce less squeaking. If the composite rotors of a Toyota Camry were replaced with solid cast rotors, this ...

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1970 Toyota Corona 1900 Deluxe — Autoweek

Rubric: Toyota Corona | 16 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
1970 Toyota Corona 1900 Deluxe — Autoweek

1970 Toyota Corona 1900 Deluxe Eric Tegler By: ERIC TEGLER on 8/21/2006 Ten years after World War II Toyota rolled out its first modern family sedan for the home market, the Toyopet Crown RS. A durable, conservatively styled package motivated by a 1453-cc 48-hp four-cylinder, it was complemented in 1957 by the Toyopet Corona ST10. The Corona was a less-expensive four-door with a 995-cc 33-hp inline-four. In 1960 the PT20 model debuted (with a 997-cc 45-hp engine), followed shortly by the 1453-cc 60-hp Corona 1500 RT20. Success with the Crown/ Corona instilled confidence in Toyota, a company that had developed its technology independent of the foreign firms with which its competitors sought ...

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