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Old 18th September 2009, 14:34   #1
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Cool Toyota Corona 1966

This is one of my best cars in my collection with only 3 panels repainted,rest of the paint is original,other goodies include the original carpet,ignition keys, jack ,tool kit,original toyota sw radio,original wiper arms and blade,toyota elephant horns and the sealed beams,its 42309 miles on the clock
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Old 18th September 2009, 15:27   #2
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Hi Inderpal. Kindly go through the section where how to post pictures has been very throughly explained. We cant see the pics you have posted.

If there is any further help you need please feel free to PM me, ill explain it t you step by step.

Cant wait to see the pics Enjoy.
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Inderpalji, the pix are not visible, but having seen them on orkut, i must say, this has to be the most well preserved corona, ever!

Pls go through the announcements section to see how to upload pix.
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Inderpalji, somehow i feel your garage is filled with treasure and you are only showing bits of it.

A beautiful car must say. Well preserved.

We will wait for further more surprises in the coming days.
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Old 18th September 2009, 16:35   #6
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Amazing beauty and very well kept Inderpalji! I sadly noticed a hubcap missing. but, otherwise it seems a beautiful machine. Must be running well still, I am sure.
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Thats one of the best maintained vintage Toyotas I've ever see. You have really given it the TLC she needs. Do tell us more about the specs of the car and the way she drives.
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Hi Inderpal,
Welcome to T-BHP and what a beauty you have.Its really pristine.
I have a 1981 Corona,which is also a dream car.80s Corona's were endorsed by Sir Roger Moore in Japan,fresh from his James Bond success.
As Pawan said,please open up your garage and post a brief intro about you and your cars.
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hey Guys The Babe Needs Your Help, Pls Help Her Getting The Missing Wheel Cup,let Me Know Any Source New Or Old The Only Thing It Misses.........

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Thats one of the best maintained vintage Toyotas I've ever see. You have really given it the TLC she needs. Do tell us more about the specs of the car and the way she drives.
GREAT CAR in concourse condition
There is a similar 1967 corona once owned by the famous cartoonist RK LAXMAN in fully Original condition in Kerala.sadly the owner wants a humungous price for it!
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She's a beauty. I see it was imported from Kenya.

Is it auto or is it a column shift manual like the Padmini.
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Closest hubcaps i could fish out using google

Option 1:
1968 68 69 70 Toyota Corona Hubcap Wheel Cover 13" OEM:eBay Motors (item 110384655684 end time Sep-28-09 13:24:47 PDT)

Option 2
1968 Toyota Corona Hub Caps VHTF:eBay Motors (item 180393929089 end time Oct-05-09 07:17:19 PDT)

Option 3
1970 1971 71 TOYOTA CORONA 13 INCH HUBCAPS WHEEL COVERS:eBay Motors (item 260335137743 end time Oct-15-09 12:12:13 PDT)

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Beautiful machine. Can see some old school Beetles and Mercs in your garage. Please do post up for us ..
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Wow Inderpalji, your Toyota's stunning. Please share some history / information on her..
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Wow!! too good a car. Real classic. awesome, can you please share the history of this beauty, desperate to know.

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