February 16, 2014 in Family Album Treasures
This is probably the most awkward picture I posted so far… It is not only the farting bit but also to have to post such an uncomfortable picture with a Toyota Carina AA63:
I guess this one is just a combination of bad luck and wrong timing…
Found at: Minkara
December 19, 2013 in Family Album Treasures
A proper Family Album Treasure from 1986 for this whole family in their Toyota Carina GTi16 AT160!
The oldest son is giving us a double victory and wife and youngest son are enjoying the sight of daddy taking a picture of his pride! (For you to determine whether that should be the Carina or the family… )
Anyway, also visible in the picture is the wooden (Nardi?) steering wheel, BBS rims and most importantly: the Twin Cam 16 grille badge that indicates this car is powered by a 4A-GE and not to be messed with!
Found at Minkara
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Even though this Carina coupe features the single headlights and the original seats have been replaced by a Bride set I still think it looks awesome!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
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 →