Sunday, March 3, 2013

1976 Toyota Corona Wagon

The Corona was Toyota's largest car in the U.S., until the Cressida was introduced. It was also, in the sixties, the first model that actually sold reasonably well in the U.S. This Corona is a 5th generation car, and is still on the job, serving as transportation for what looks to be a contractor. The mid 70s Corona grille, with the small part above the headlights, is one of my favorite designs of the 70s.


1 comment:

  1. That metal thing on the hood is just incredible. Im wondering if the owner designed it himself...nice car anyway


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