WTS/WTT: 1979 Toyota Cressida Wagon for ???

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 18 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
WTS/WTT: 1979 Toyota Cressida Wagon for ???

Author Topic: WTS/WTT: 1979 Toyota Cressida Wagon for. (Read 891 times) « on: December 13, 2010, 04:36:44 PM » I’m in a spot, I picked up this wagon planning on just doing wheels and suspension and using it as a parts hauler. Shit happened and I am looking to see if I can sell or trade this for something more reliable and girl-driver friendly. I can count the number of these that have been for sale (or even proof of existence) recently on one hand and have fingers left over. The ones that have sold recently were in the $1,500-plus range and the closest one was near OK city but it dropped off the radar. This is a pretty rare car so it has that going for it, at least. The goods: ...

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Toyota Cressida Coilover thread. — StanceWorks

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 18 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Cressida Coilover thread. — StanceWorks

Toyota Cressida Coilover thread. I know this is kind of a car that is often overlooked, but I figured I should come here for some help and suggestions regarding it. First of all this is the car, my 1986 Toyota Cressida. It is the MX73 chassis code. I acquired it from my grandparents, who were the original owners, and I currently daily drive it. It has 132k on the odometer, with a 5MGE I-6 motor paired up to an automatic transmission, but eventually I plan to swap in either a 1jz or a 1uz, along with a 5-speed manual transmission. With that being said, I was going to look into different suspension options so I can eventually make this thing look pretty cool before I start doing motor work ...

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Usdm Mania: A Cressida In Japan?! | Speedhunters

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 8 Июн 2015 | no comments yet »
Usdm Mania: A Cressida In Japan?! | Speedhunters

Usdm Mania: A Cressida In Japan?! Next Chapter Last week during the Speedhunters celebration of Americana, I featured a beautiful 1949 Mercury lead sled that cruises the streets of Japan. Kondo-san’s Merc is a completely authentic take on the classic American custom, and a perfect example of American car culture spread abroad. Today, I’d like to follow that up with a completely different, yet equally authentic, interpretation of American car culture in Japan – a GX81 Toyota Mark II that’s been fully converted into a USDM-style Toyota Cressida. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you’ve probably heard about the explosion of USDM style in Japan. ...

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1983 Cressida Consumer Reviews | Wild Wild Wagon | Epinions.com

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 29 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
1983 Cressida Consumer Reviews | Wild Wild Wagon | Epinions.com

1983 Cressida Wild Wild Wagon by MidnightStar: Feb 2, 2000 Recommended: Yes Pros: High-end power,handling,numerous features,relatively comfortable with lots of storage space (w/the wagon,anyway) My second car (and my introduction to the automotive wonder of station wagons) was made with a 1983 Toyota Cressida. If you think all station wagons are frumpy soccer-mom family haulers,think again. Even with a 2.8 liter DOHC inline six,this big wagon hustles when the engine is wound up. Speaking of which,said engine (code 5MGE) is virtually immortal. I drag-raced my station wagon,routinely put off oil changes and all other maintenance,and it didn’t make a peep. My fuel economy was … ...

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Japanese Nostalgic Car — 1986 Toyota Cressida Wagon

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 26 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Japanese Nostalgic Car — 1986 Toyota Cressida Wagon

Seattle to LA in a 1986 Toyota Cressida Wagon August 20, 2007 — by Benjamin Hsu ike many nations with feudal roots, Japan still has a royal family. They perform mostly ceremonial functions and wield no powers of state, but these monarchs can still influence Japanese culture. Case in point: though Japan officially adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1873, nostalgic car aficionados will often denote a vehicle’s year by its nengou . or Japanese era name based on the reign of a particular ruler. The Showa Era lasted from December 25, 1926 to January 7, 1989, making our 1986 Toyota Cressida wagon a Showa 61. But take a closer look at the industrial growth during this era and you’ll ...

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GEARBOX MAGAZINE – JORDAN ROBINSON – BOXY ROXY CRESSIDA

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 21 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
GEARBOX MAGAZINE – JORDAN ROBINSON – BOXY ROXY CRESSIDA

JORDAN ROBINSON – BOXY ROXY CRESSIDA Dennis is back! Okay. He’s really working hard to get back in the GBXM saddle. You might say he works as many jobs as Craig Sanderson (see page 42, this issue), only they’re all nearly full-time! Despite renovating a house as old as the United States, working full-time at an Opel dealership, AND joining the Dutch National Guard, Dennis has burned a little more midnight oil this month. What follows is his conversation with Jordan Robinson, a recent Information Systems graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University currently working in the parts department of the local Toyota dealership. Isn’t it cool how we’re all interviewing people on the far ...

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PCH, Rear-Drive Japanese Sedan Hoonage Edition: Cressida or Maxima?

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 17 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
PCH, Rear-Drive Japanese Sedan Hoonage Edition: Cressida or Maxima?

PCH, Rear-Drive Japanese Sedan Hoonage Edition: Cressida or Maxima? In our Star-Spangled Project Car Hell Edition last Friday, the Rambler American (OK, fine,… Read more Read on After the reign of the Crown, but before the Lexus, Toyota shoppers seeking a (relatively) powerful … Read more Read on These days, the demand for the four-door Supra is so high that it’s tough trying to find one cheap enough to serve as the basis for a project that’s going to involve a lot of cutting and pasting. That doesn’t mean it can’t be done, of course- for example, check out this ’83 Toyota Cressida. which has most of its parts and is priced at an amazing 350 bucks. The seller ...

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Cressida Fast, Easy To Handle — Sun Sentinel

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 11 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Cressida Fast, Easy To Handle — Sun Sentinel

Cressida Fast, Easy To Handle November 19, 1986 | By Bob Sikorsky 1986 NYT Syndication Sales Corp. Distributed by Special Features/ Syndication Sales. The 1987 Cressida, Toyota`s biggest, most luxurious and most expensive model, is basically a rerun of the 1986 model. The only notable changes are a slightly redesigned grille and some change in side moldings. This four-door Japanese flier has the attributes of a true road sports sedan; I don`t think a soul would argue with that. It can go like the wind, yet is as quiet as a soft summer breeze. Equipped with a 6-cylinder, twin cam, 2.8-liter engine, the Cressida can pump out 156 horsepower when needed. The power comes quickly and without hesitation. ...

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Check Out This Car: 77k-Mile 1991 Toyota Cressida

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 10 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Check Out This Car: 77k-Mile 1991 Toyota Cressida

77k-Mile 1991 Toyota Cressida The Cressida was Toyota’s flagship sedan until Lexus took over that duty. Toyota offered four generations between 1976 and 1993. This is the final X80 generation that debuted in 1988. These are notable for their slender Camry-like proportions, 6-cylinder power and rear-wheel drive, rare on a Toyota today. With cars like the Cressida, the Japanese offered something the Americans and Germans didn’t: luxury and comfort that was affordable and built well. It was this advantage that left a distinctly positive impression on consumers’ minds. The Cressida’s body is classic late 80s Japan, heavily influenced by (and influential on) the Lexus LS400 ...

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Toyota Cressida Parts — Toyota Cressida Accessories at Partstrain.com

Rubric: Toyota Cressida | 9 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Cressida Parts — Toyota Cressida Accessories at Partstrain.com

Toyota Cressida Parts Accessories The Cressida is an intermediate luxury car from Toyota introduced in 1973 with a structure similar to other Toyota modelsthe Mark II, Chaser and the Cresta. The Toyota Cressida was marketed outside Japan since 1977, upon the launching of the second generation Cressida. Like the Supra model, it had six-cylinder engine and a rear-wheel drive so Americans used to call it the four-door Supra, although these were two different vehicles. The Supra was a sports car designed after Toyota’s legendary 2000GT sportscar while the Toyota Cressida was a four-door or hardtop sedan, a station wagon or a coupe. Change is constant element in Toyota cars’ success. ...

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