Knocking out the final few illustrations for my Toyota poster!
Inching close and closer to completing the complete line up Toyota vehicles. @lundquist in the house! His #rt62 is pretty much the only one that I could even find on Instagram, so by default he gets to represent the first-generation Corona MKII sedan.
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!
Troopie! I got to drive one of these around on Fraser Islend in Australia a few years ago and it was a blast. I can't imagine having one in the garage ready for adventure at any moment. Just ask @big_red_troopy how awesome it is!
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!
Again, it took me just about as long to find someone who owns a late-80s Celica convertible as it took me to illustrate it. These car's are out there, it just seems that nobody reps em! No matter, I found Isaac and his $540 clunker, but more importantly I stumbled onto his blog where he posts a ton of interesting old cars that he spots. oldcarhunt.wordpress.com if you want to check it out.
Big fat line through the last Tacoma on my list. Three generations and eight cab variants, this regular cab second-gen was once owned by @masa_collector in Japan. I think this guy has a serious Toyota truck infection and it's contagious. Over the past year he's had more of them than anyone else I've stumbled across.
I didn't realize it at first, but there's a slightly less-offensive Prius on the road. The Prime is actually longer, lighter and even seats fewer people than the regular Prius. Being so, I am obligated to include it in my quest to illustrate every single Toyota variant ever sold in the US. Yup, this is number 236. Not sure who owns this particular car, but the guys over at @auto.tuned performed surgery on the suspension and were good enough to post it on their Instagram. Owner? Are you out there?