Can anyone Identify this TOYOTA VEHICAL right in front of the Cygnas White FJ40 on the RH back ground Vintage Image ?

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Can anyone Identify this TOYOTA VEHICAL right in front of the Cygnas White FJ40 on the RH back ground Vintage Image ?

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Are you sure it's Toyota? Looks like a Fiat Spider to me........but that's more guess than knowledge.


i have no idea what kind of car it is Mr.Eagle ?


i did not even consider it a non toyota ?

it looks very toyota to me , anyway ....but .......


as always you bring balance to the Teq Force .... :cool:
 

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but i bet you are asking your self ......

i want it now more then that Corona Wagon ............




i see one of my NOS Yellow Zinc Chromate GOLD CAD NEW OEM OIL caps , on top of the " Dizzy Clan family Holiday Tree this year " .............. 😆


serious i do !
 

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To return to the original question, I agree: That looks like a Fiat 124 Spider. The lot has other non-Toyota vehicles on it.

hey Dizzy , :)

this will surprise you maybe ...



maybe ?

it almost looks convertible too........

i am not aware of any convertible modules of my above theory's ?


however , in California in that era private specialty shops were indeed CUTTING roofs off and installing after market soft tops

i know this is Teq fact 100% solid


here is the answer TECH to my QUIZ earlier ...

did u notice this by chance ........... :D



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