December 8, 2013 in carina sightings
I don’t know exactly what it is, but this Toyota Carina AA63 Coupe is one of my favorite Carinas so far:
Even though this Carina coupe features the single headlights and the original seats have been replaced by a Bride set I still think it looks awesome!
Perhaps it is the dished rims (anyone know what type/manufacturer they are?) or maybe the side skirts? Or maybe both of them combined remind me of the AE86? (and the Carina being the better looker here! )
Found at Minkara
November 23, 2013 in Carina sightings
Sorry to share it this late, but I only just spotted the Flipfront hood Carina AA63 for sale and the auction ends in the next 18 hours! So be quick!
Even though it now features deep dished RS Watanabe rims instead of the even more rare Work Excel rims it is the same. Also the cancellation of the rear door handles makes it clear they are the same!
This photo really gives a good view on how the flipfront hood has been mounted: Read the rest of this entry →
September 30, 2013 in Carina sightings
This Toyota Carina AA63 GT-R was actually a corner case: either post it in Carina Sightings or in WTF?!
At first glance the car lowered significantly, features a set of Work Excel rims, rollcage and bucketseats have been installed and the grille is missing. But what is so special about this Carina?
Just have a look at the way the hood opens: Read the rest of this entry →
June 10, 2013 in carina sightings, rustoseums
Now this is a sad case as this Carina is not rusting…
You can clearly see some foliage growing out of the car where ever the plants can make their way to a more sunny spot, so why not just take the hole in the transmission tunnel as the quickest way out? Read the rest of this entry →
March 28, 2013 in carina sightings
A few weeks ago I saw several photographs of the N-Style Carina AA63 by AUTOnGRAPHIC and these two are my favorites:
Photos like these are great inspiration for me and I can’t wait till the next autoshow to try out some new ideas I get from them.
Especially this one intrigues me: picture on the next page