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toy-mota 1971 toyota ms65 crown

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learn to park B)

more info on the cruiser as well?

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hey man. i think ive got a set of hubcaps somewhere if you cant find any down your way.

what motor has your car got in it?

im sure all the crown freaks (like me) would like to see more pics of the engine and interior.

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haha just for a quick photo,cruzer i brought from a scrap heap about 4 years ago and saved her,nearly full rusto ,motor replaced with a newer 2f version,loves the gas so doesnt get diven to often,should i put up a seperate thread for it with pics?

i pick the crown up next weekend

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sweet keen on those,do i need factory rims to clip them on to or can any standard rim work ie.falcon

it just has the 4M motor ,full standard,runs smooth with a 5 speed gearbox,

photos will be uploaded next week when i pick her up

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keen on pics of the cruiser.

if youve got build pics from the resto then please do a project thread. its no matter if its finished. people will still be keen to see what you did.

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also, i think the hubcaps will fit on multiple wheels - like falcon.

i had an MS75 once that had falcon steels on it, they were made by ROH and im pretty sure the toyota hubcaps were on it? it was 18 years ago so the memory is a bit fuzzy...........

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yup when i get time il go through my photos and upload them

keen on the hubcaps-if you find them PM me and mayb sort something out,could you put a pic up of what they look like?

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That cruiser looks fucking choice man. Keen as to see more of that.

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Like.

Would love to see a build thread for the cruiser when you get time and look forward to more pictures of your crwon (not sp) when you get it.

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I saw this thing on trademe. Looks sweet man. Needs some mega sackage but will look good when its had some loving. I love these old things. There's a bit of a cult following between a half a dozen or so of us on here.

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haha yes. well done

good choice in toyota

crown life

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badass :D

think factory hubcaps with fit coon wheels, which are likely a little wider.

more pics!

also heaps of pics of the cruiser plz!

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Fucking LOL at those wheels, some people have no idea! very glad to hear you plan on changing them. Sweet looking car also

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haha thats what i thought when i scene it,so the rims are for sale maybe with tyres,

im after some standard or widened toyota or falcon rims,factory hubcaps,an exterior sunvisor and maybe new fender mirrors like the cone shaped 1's

is there any crown wreakers in the chch-rangiora area

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The sun visor will probably be the hardest one. I don't know if you need a crown specific one but there's some dudes around the corner from work with crowns. Ill ask if he's got one he's willing to part with.

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im pretty sure the hubcaps will fit those wheels.

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i mite change the wheels to 14" now, mite make it look better and the hubcaps will fill the wheel,i found a place in aus that makes new sun visors,got a quote $183 plus shipping,there brand new soild only (they dont do a mesh option) and are left primered,come with stainless steel fittings,they make them for pretty much all old-school cars http://www.hy-waysunvisors.com.au/ they didnt have a email on there website but i did some hunting and found 1 - barb@hy-waysunvisors.com.au

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