#366 Toyota Corolla

1975 Toyota Corolla owned by Philippe Sceaux

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In late 2015, after decades of neglecting my childhood passion, I decided to start drawing again. My New Year's Resolution was to draw a car every day, and with @philippesceaux's Corolla Liftback I have accomplished my goal. Three-hundred-sixty-six illustrations, including one-hundred-eighty-four different Toyotas, with a total of nearly 1000 hours invested. Now that the year is over, I have no plans to stop. Let's do it again!

#329 Toyota Corolla

1973 Toyota Corolla owned by Todd Lyons

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Let's slide sideways with @todd_fink in his mustardy little KE20 Corolla sedan today. His daily driver is named Homer and runs a tickled 4K with a 3K-B head and a 5-speed K50. LOUD! Lumpy cams and four-into-one collectors. Everyone thinks it's a rotary until he pops the hood. Woot woot! I'm jealous.

#271 Toyota Corolla

1980 Toyota Corolla owned by Emanuel Crespo

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What a sweet 2-door sedan to wrap up all seven of the Corolla variations in the 1980-1983 showroom lineup. That was four styles of the coupe (hardtop, sport coupe, liftback and convertible) and three styles of the sedan (2-door, 4-door and wagon). Seriously, that's almost as ridiculous as this perfect baby blue shoebox. Zip over to @mannyfresholll's IG and drool over the jewel of his 3TC in an immaculate engine compartment. Now I just have a dozen Corolla variations to complete the model's history, I gotta get back to work.

#270 Toyota Corolla

1991 Toyota Corolla Alltrac owned by Michael McGrath

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I was always a little confused about Toyota's decision to sell two different Corolla wagons from 1988-1992. The regular Wagon was basically identical to the sedan, but the AllTrac wagon was a completely different car. Whatever the reason, I still see plenty of them on the road in a part of the world where Subaru basically owns the idea of an AWD wagon. @retronics_garage has a beautiful example of exactly how an AE95 should look, along with tons of photos of other interesting cars spotted Down Under.

#259 Toyota Corolla

1982 Toyota Corolla Sunrunner owned by Eddie G

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This is fudging a little bit, since the Corolla Sunrunner actually started life as a hardtop coupe and was transformed into a convertible by Griffith, but since it was sold through Toyota dealers alongside the coupe, sport coupe, liftback, 2-door sedan, 4-door sedan and wagon, I'll let it slide. (Did they have enough Corolla options in the early 80s? Geez!) This pristine example is piloted around Oahu by @eddiewouldgo and sits on a sweet set of old SR5 rims that he's used on various vintage Toys for a quarter of a century!