Retroblog: Toyota GX71 Mark II

Following the ancestors of Mark II, the first generation was the Corona Mark II, which was released in 1968 as an advanced version of the Corona. The name of “Corona” disappeared from this 5th generation and it became “Mark II”. Sold in 1984 and won the 1985 Good Design Award.


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Forgotten FWD Accord Euro R JDM


The reason why some cars are sometimes forgotten is a mystery. The are some beautiful cars out there that for some reason people don’t care much. Here in rthirtytwotaka we try to show them sometimes to keep them alive.


Probable since the drifting scene came out to internet, many of the FWD are really abandoned. Honda was very popular since Fast Furious but later on Nissan and Toyota are leading the top searches in every social network.


Sometimes there are other reasons, like come cars where never exported from Japan but this also applies to other cars and they are hitting the scene very hard as Cresta or Mark II’s.





The Mark II that wanted to be an Audi

Most of you well know that the Japanese car tuning is not only changing bumpers and adding some of the coolest stickers you have ever seen. You can find front end conversions, some of them are quite well finished and look better than factory designed, but some of them are very ugly and makes you think in the owners thoughts when doing this.

One day I was looking for more new things to show you, mostly from Doriten, so I found a cover of a DoriTen magazine number  that amazed me.


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