Toyota 1972

       

Japan

 

1000

           
           

 

 

corolla

    4 cyl. ohv
1166 cc
73 bhp
     
           

 

TOYOTA COROLLA ESTATE £1,125
This popular model in the 1200 c.c. class is available as saloon or three-door station wagon with folding rear seat. Front suspension is by MacPherson struts. Standard equipment includes two-speed wipers, electric washer, hazard warning flasher, lockable fuel cap, push button radio, alternator and full tool kit. The saloon can be had with Toyoglide two-speed automatic transmission as an optional extra.

 

Corona II

    4 cyl. ohc
1968 cc
105 bhp
     
           

 

TOYOTA CORONA II £1,476
Roomy saloon with overhead camshaft engine which is fifth most popular model in the world, after Toyota's Corolla which holds fourth place. Some of the reasons for its popularity are tinted glass, push button radio with pop-up aerial, heated rear window, hazard warning flasher, lockable glove box and fuel filler and toolkit all included in the price. It has servo brakes and radial ply tyres.

 

Celica

    4 cyl. ohv
1588 cc
100 bhp
     
           

 

TOYOTA CELICA 1600 GT £1,439
Well equipped sports coupe from Japan with MacPherson strut front suspension and four-link rear axle. It has two twin-choke carburettors and a five-speed gearbox is optional. Reclining front seats with head restraints, tinted glass, hazard warning flasher, heated rear window, inspection lamp and radio are part of the comprehensive equipment. Warning lights are built into the edges of the doors.

 

Crown

    6 cyl. ohc
2563 cc
130 bhp
     
           

 

TOYOTA CROWN SPECIAL £2,464
Toyota's top luxury model. Its six-cylinder o.h.c. engine drives through a Toyoglide three-speed automatic transmission ane it has the comprehensive equipment that makes Japanese cars exceptional value for money; full air conditioning, station seeking radio with electrically operated aerial and eight track stereo tape player. The boot lock is released electrically. The wipers have three speeds and there is power steering.

 

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