Sorry for the small scale, but this picture was taken from Minkara and is too amazing not to post:
In case you really want to count them: you can include the Toyota 2000GT SEV in the foreground. 😉
Just imagine the amount of money this lineup is worth: the 2000GT averages somewhere around the $400,000 dollars (the Carroll Shelby is an outlier) and I counted at least 12 of them and the line just continues. 12 times $400,000 is just short of $5,000,000 dollar!
Last week I already spotted a few pictures (and posts) about this crazy project at the Tokyo Auto Salon: someone is turning a Toyota 2000GT into a solar powered electrical vehicle!
The engine fitted is a 161hp electrical engine, so it keeps the power roughly the same. The hood and rear window are both a solar power panel and charge the batteries while you drive. And the car is still capable of driving over 200 km/h. Just imagine: a 45 year old super rare car (only 337 build!) is converted to an electrical equivalent!
Personally I think this kid has the coolest daddy of them all: his dad owns a Toyota 2000GT!
Well, actually that has not been confirmed since it doesn’t state who’s 2000GT it is…
But even though the 2000GT may not be yours you obviously want to keep this picture in the family album! 😉
Lucky enough the Toyota 2000GT had aluminium bodywork, otherwise it would not have survived standing on the undergrowth this long!
Toyota 2000GT bodywork
The bodywork is of an early type (zenki) and appears to be in tip top shape. Now only where did they leave the chassis then? Or did that dissolve standing there for in the past thirty years?