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The company was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937 as a spinoff from his father's company Toyota Industries to create automobiles. Three years earlier, in 1934, while still a department of Toyota Industries, it created its first product, the Type A engine, and, in 1936, its first passenger car, the Toyota AA.

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Toyota Celica
by Luiz
The Toyota Celica 1600 ST is a coupé with 2 doors and a front mounted powerplant which delivers the power to the rear wheels. The power is produced by a naturally aspirated engine of 1.6 litre ca ...
Year: 1973 | Condition: Running
Toyota Corona
Excellent running condition. This Toyota was a one owner from new car until I purchased it recently. In totally original specification, including owners manual and manual. It has even still gotblinds ...
Year: 1967 | Condition: Running
Toyota Willys CJ2A Jeep
Not a Toyota. Willys CJ2A. Replaced engine with 2.4 Diesel, upgraded brakes, free-wheel hubs.
Year: 1946 | Condition: Running
Toyota LDV
by Henry
The time has come to part with my beloved little bakkie. I bough a Suzuki samurai and the bakkie is now redundant. It is a much loved 79 model. Dead standard except for a branch, stainless steel free ...
Year: 1979 | Condition: Running | FOR SALE in our classifieds
Toyota Celica gt
by kyle
Im currently living in switzerland and bought this celica for 2000chf, its a original 1 owner with 100000km on the clock so its an absolute gem.Keeping it original was going to go the rally style rout ...
Year: 1987 | Condition: Running
Toyota celica
by tolis
the 1975 toyota celica TA22 was the first of the celica series to have a 5 speed manual gearbox, has a 1.6 engine with 2 weber carburators!
Year: 1975 | Condition: Running
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