OLD PARKED CARS: 1969 Toyota Crown Custom Wagon.

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1969 Toyota Crown Wagon.

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i#39;m trouble believing my eyes. a find, ben.

Man I had no idea it was at the time. I didn#39;t see the license holder, and the wheels were throwing me off on its age.

But I couldn#39;t what I found either, never seen or heard of generation, let alone thought still be around the US.

i owned one of these in 1975/76. it was an odd duck that it was hard to get etc. i needed a new radiator and fan the water pump froze on me on a trip. it took a week to get the from california. but it was a handy wagon for my little family.

You what is awesome about That any 80s Supra engine right in. I have a friend who had an 70s Crown wagon with a III#39;s 7M-GE and triple carbs.

ben, how did your friend get triple holleys on the 7m? did he make a or adapter? I am unaware of anything this ever being

He definitely hadn#39;t heard of else ever doing it.

not sure what manifold he was but I think he just had to make adapters.

Want me to ask?

My parents had a Toyota Corona Mark II They didn#39;t want a big wagon, and that was all the American car were offering back The problem in the 70s was that no mechanics to work on foreign cars they didn#39;t know and they often didn#39;t the tools to work on them-

American cars used nuts and bolts, foreign used metric nuts and It was a huge problem when the car down and mechanics didn#39;t what to do. I remember people us what kind of a car it was. A

And they#39;d say, A WHAT?? I never have believed would be in everyone#39;s driveways they are today. It never possible then that the brands could ever over the market the way they The problem back then Japanese cars was that rusted out quickly.

Also the ride was particularly Their quality really get much better until the mid American cars rode better back then and had interior room.

The Japanese got the market with cars got good gas mileage when the of a gallon of gas quadrupled in 1973/1974. It was the generation of people who bought then.

All it needs is a set of ole skool JDM rims, a suspension and a few Moon Eyes and THEN it#39;s complete. Oh can#39;t forget a JAF badge in the lol

I am looking to sell a 1965 crown custom wagon original parts and still in order,needs a new home that can it some love and care.Please Cynthia at gmallan42@hotmail.com

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