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  • 2. 1967 Toyota Corolla: It wasn't fancy or fast or even very good-looking. And the very first Corolla had a pokey 1.1-liter pushrod four under its hood. But it's the car that got the world to buy Japanese cars. Practically everyone has a Corolla story or still has a Corolla in their garage. And good experiences with Corollas led millions to buy more and more Toyotas.

    Moon, a Columbus native, was living in San Francisco when she began her first art car — the Turkey Toyota, a 1967 Toyota Corona — in 1978. She had fallen in love with the art cars around the Bay area and needed to create her own.

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    This 1967 Toyota Corona is a black plate car that remains very original. The corners and trim are very straight, and even though it looks to have had some paint work the gauges and shift mechanism would be a joy to stare at mile after mile. Find it in Livermore, California with bidding at $2500 and no reserve. Special thanks to BaT reader Nathan R. for this submission!

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Small and efficient foreign cars from Japan and Germany gave Detroit headaches. Here was offered to the American public fuel efficient, less expensive quality cars to counter the fuel guzzling, glitzy, huge and quality poor American makes. Seldom seen is an example of a Japanese product that looks this new as shown here. I usually don't videotape foreign cars but this Toyota looks brand new and I couldn't resist filming it. Here are stats on this year of Toyota: Engine: Four cylinder, water-cooled
with a capacity of 1490cc. Bore/ stroke: 78 x 78mm and engine valves are ohv. Maximum power is 82bhp at 5200rpm. Maximum torque is 122Nm at 2800rpm. The fuel system is a downdraught twin-barrel carburetor with automatic choke and the transmission is a four speed manual. Suspension is independent front with coil springs and telescopic shocks/semi-elliptical leaf springs. Steeringis a worm and sector roller type. Brakes are duo-servo drums front and rear, with front discs optional and the wheels/tires are pressed steel disc wheels, tire size is 5.60-13. See the beauty and quality of this remarkable surviving Toyota. In fact, the Toyota Company search high and low for an original surviving Toyota for their museum and archives and finally found one like this in another country. Thankfully, this example still resides in the U.S. No matter how you might feel about Japanese products, because these quality and efficient cars influence Detroit so much it remains to be a part of the U.S. significant automotive history. Thanks very much for viewing this remarkable 1967 Toyota Corona Deluxe sedan.