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My Friend's Ride: 1974 Toyota Crown Custom Station Wagon (MS62)

May 05, 2014

This is actually a friend's car and one I've been wanting to do a feature on for quite some time. What it is, is a 1974 MS62, and it's super cool! The engine is a 2,000 cc engine and it has a column-shift, 3-speed manual.

The S60/S70 Series Crown was built from Feb 1971 to Sep 1974. This Crown Stationwagon was built in 1974. It has a 1,988cc inline 6 engine.

More information: Wikipedia - Toyota Crown

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