Toyota

Clean Survivor: 1997 Toyota Tacoma LX 4×4

This isn’t a dusty barn find but it’s a 24-year-old truck now which is fairly ancient if you think about it. It’s not old at all in relative terms as a lot of you regularly drive vehicles that are… more»

No Reserve Survivor: 1986 Toyota 4Runner SR5

The auction for this Toyota 4Runner is wrapping up shortly, and is listed in a no reserve format – a surprise for such a desirable specimen. These first-generation 4Runners show no sign of slowing down value-wise, and the rising… more»

Tidy Off-Roader: 1980 Toyota Hilux SR5 Pickup

For those readers that have ever watched Top Gear UK, you will know that the presenters tried their best to kill a Toyota Hilux, but it somehow managed to survive some of the most brutal torture that you can… more»

49K Actual Miles: 1988 Toyota Hilux 4×4

Toyota pickups continue to attract a crowd on the major auction sites, and it’s amazing how many owners purchased one of the best workhorses there is and then babied it like it would fracture under any semblance of hard… more»

Boat Included: 1985 Toyota 4Runner + 1983 Skater 18S

Much has been written about the automotive movement that is embracing all things transportation-related from the 1980s and early 90s. “Rad” is a term you hear tossed around, and while it is causing a bit of a gold rush… more»

20K Mile Shortbed: 1980 Toyota 4×4 Pickup

Bidding is already above $22,000, and the reserve remains unmet for this gorgeous 1980 Toyota Pickup 4×4. The reason for that being it has under 18,000 original miles and is perhaps the most desirable year and configuration for a… more»

Restore or Parts Car? 1967 Toyota Crown

Toyota first entered the U.S. market in 1958 – and sold a whopping 288 cars in its first year. The off-road Land Cruiser would largely carry the Toyota flag in America until the mid-1960s when smaller, imported vehicles (besides… more»

Late Production Model: 1982 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser

When I saw the year 1982 on this listing for an FJ40 Landcruiser, the first thought was that it must have been imported as a Brazilian-market model. But the seller quickly dispels this suspicion, as he notes it’s one… more»

Forgotten Liftback: 1977 Toyota Celica GT

This1 1977 Toyota Celica GT Liftback is a collector’s item, believe it or not, with a strong following among fans of vintage Japanese cars and the Toyota brand at large. This one may not be your first choice for… more»

Rare RHD Sportster! 1966 Toyota Sports 800

Festooned with ducts, bug-eyed and rusty, dented and sans powertrain, this rare Japanese sports car awaits an optimistic new owner with a budget and a vision. The 1966 Toyota Sports 800 in Meridian, Mississippi occupied a barn for 25… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: Back to the Georgia Collection!

As some of you may recall, I’ve been helping a friend with a massive stash of vintage cars and trucks in the north Georgia mountains unload some of his inventory. Because of the restrictions around air travel and having… more»

Troop Transport: 1981 Toyota FJ45

No, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you, this FJ really is that long! Toyota’s FJ Land Cruiser series has long been popular with anyone wanting a rugged rig that can move people and equipment through the roughest of… more»

P-Type Survivor: 1982 Toyota Supra

This 1982 Toyota Supra is described as being a sharp driver that runs strong and presents well from 15 feet away. Basically a driver with an older respray, it isn’t perfect, but it’s also one of those cars that… more»

Mint Survivor: 1976 Toyota Hilux SR5 Pickup

This olive green 1976 Toyota Hilux SR5 Pickup is located in Madison, Connecticut and has traveled just 60,000 miles since new. The truck is listed here on eBay with 3 days remaining in the auction. It is currently bid… more»

Compact Survivor: 1971 Toyota Corolla

Toyota first came to U.S. soil in 1966 and the Corolla model followed just two years after that. It was a fairly new product for Toyota at the time and is still being sold today. It eventually became the… more»

Rare Conversion: 1984 Toyota Mirage Camper

This 1984 Toyota “Mirage” camper is a rare bird, and seemingly in good shape despite needing some TLC, according to the seller. Among the legions of brick-like camper shells bolted to a four-cylinder Toyota pickup, the Mirage stands apart… more»