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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 8:39 pm 
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Your car is looking great. Keep it up... I'll be doing my 81 Corona, in that style as well. :wink: :tu:

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KresSlyda180 wrote:
Your car is looking great. Keep it up... I'll be doing my 81 Corona, in that style as well. :wink: :tu:

yes do it do it do it!!!! lol we need more people doin it up like this over here


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yellow_sub wrote:
KresSlyda180 wrote:
Your car is looking great. Keep it up... I'll be doing my 81 Corona, in that style as well. :wink: :tu:

yes do it do it do it!!!! lol we need more people doin it up like this over here
You got that right. :)

So far, I have the fender flares, 2 Enkei Apache Vs for the rear, a rubber Kamei spoiler for the rear(for now, I want to order the wing you find on Hakosuka Skylines... if I can find it) and a ski rack...

All I need is a front lip, a set of rims for the front(prolly go with Western mesh or Enkei 92s), an oil cooler, the fender mirrors and some lowering springs... also, it needs a paint job and a lil bodywork.

By around Spring or Summertime, it should be ready to cruise. 8)

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Dude that lip kills me! Where did you find that? Would work perfectly on my HiLux.


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KresSlyda180 wrote:
yellow_sub wrote:
KresSlyda180 wrote:
Your car is looking great. Keep it up... I'll be doing my 81 Corona, in that style as well. :wink: :tu:

yes do it do it do it!!!! lol we need more people doin it up like this over here
You got that right. :)

So far, I have the fender flares, 2 Enkei Apache Vs for the rear, a rubber Kamei spoiler for the rear(for now, I want to order the wing you find on Hakosuka Skylines... if I can find it) and a ski rack...

All I need is a front lip, a set of rims for the front(prolly go with Western mesh or Enkei 92s), an oil cooler, the fender mirrors and some lowering springs... also, it needs a paint job and a lil bodywork.

By around Spring or Summertime, it should be ready to cruise. 8)

NICE! i have some other things i wanna get done looks wise but for a while im just gonna be working on getting it to run perfectly

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Dude that lip kills me! Where did you find that? Would work perfectly on my HiLux.


are u talking about the front or the rear? the front is a modified x7 wing. the rear was also for an x7 hence me having to narrow it. i bought them both off yahoo japan. if ur interested in the rear i have another one. (un hacked up of coarse lol)


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I was refering to the front one wich makes way more sence now lol, I was thinking that you dug up something RT specific so I spent all night excavating YJA lol. I that case I think I found a chinsupo that should work.


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^^ u have a pm


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 Post subject: Re: my 1970 shakotan styled corona mark II
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If you even plan to sell the car I call first dibs. I bought this car as pretty much a rolling chassis and I did all of the work to it before. I loved this car but traded it for a motorcycle because I needed money. I always think about it. Please let me know if you ever decide to part ways with it.

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 Post subject: Re: my 1970 shakotan styled corona mark II
PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 1:07 pm 
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Sooo much steeeez 8)

Ill have to get off my fat whiteys and into some wide stretch after I finish my VW which is currently taking all of my money.

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 Post subject: Re: my 1970 shakotan styled corona mark II
PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 4:55 pm 
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@ jrb1449 : hate to break it to you, but i bought the car off james 2 months prior to toyota fest this year. guess i beat you to the punch :P .

anyways got it running better as james previously stated, new alternator, other small maintenence stuff, and drove from sacramento to longbeach for torc. had alot of unexpected breakdowns the way there, but made it to bakersfield on 1 tank. gets great gas milage considering its age. couple fuel filters and lots of good times made it a interesting trip.

ive got a few plans in store. definately keeping the kuysha styling, wider wheels, swapping out suspension that sort of deal, but first on the list for me is chassis strenghthening and a new fuel cell w/ sender( no gas guage reading isnt fun during a long trip). plans with a new drivetrain down the line awaits. car will be media blasted and rust removed, panels patched or replaced. then repainted the original light blue. lots in store in the future :mrgreen:


hope to keep you all updated, along with photo's you guys can all see. cheers :D

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 Post subject: Re: my 1970 shakotan styled corona mark II
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 5:13 pm 
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just updating for photos taken during toyotafest and from the recent bayline gathering

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 Post subject: Re: my 1970 shakotan styled corona mark II
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 Post subject: Re: my 1970 shakotan styled corona mark II
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:39 pm 
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Ive always loved these hardtop MarkIIs. Yours looks sick. :tu:

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 9:03 pm 
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This car is so cold. Love it :tu:

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