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The RS Series Crown was built from Jan 1955 to Sep 1962.

1957 - Toyota Crown RS (S30)

Views: 4,229   chat_bubble56   access_timeJanuary 12, 2014

This car is actually a replica of the factory-backed Toyopet Crown RSD that was entered in the 1957 Mobilgas Rally Round Australia. It is on... <More>

 

The S40 Series Crown was built from Oct 1962 to Sep 1967.

1964 - Toyota Crown Deluxe (RS41)

Views: 22,191   chat_bubble114   access_timeApril 16, 2016

This 2nd-generation Toyota Crown is too cool for school. The single, round lens tail lights and top-mounted font turn signals tell me this i... <More>

 

1967 - Toyota Crown (MS40)

Views: 4,455   chat_bubble84   access_timeDecember 24, 2022

So many epic old-school Toyotas in this video from a time when they'd their JDM brethren would been known as Toyopet! Yep, a dozen S40 seri... <More>

 

The S50 Series Crown was built from 1967 to 1971.

1967 - Toyota Crown (MS53)

Views: 9,182   chat_bubble101   access_timeNovember 26, 2014

In this ep I drop by Damien Matsuo's garage where I see his collection of classic Crowns. The current project is a 2JZ-powered MS53 Stationw... <More>

 

1968 - Toyota Crown (RS56)

Views: 6,110   chat_bubble76   access_timeMay 05, 2018

Spotted this fantastic zenki, S50-series Crown ute last weekend at a Kumamoto classic car event. I was instantly drawn to its faded patina, ... <More>

 

1969 - Toyota Crown Standard (MS51)

Views: 11,160   chat_bubble78   access_timeDecember 24, 2016

Did I say 2nd generation Crown? Foolishness. It is of course a pre-update (Zenki) 3rd generation Crown Hardtop which features the Coupe-only... <More>

 

1970 - Toyota Crown Super Deluxe (MS50)

Views: 36,431   chat_bubble156   access_timeJanuary 03, 2015

This 1970 Toyopet Crown has been owned by Nakazaki-san since 2005. He obviously takes good care of it because it remains a very straight & c... <More>

 

1970 - Toyota Crown (MS56)

Views: 21,656   chat_bubble88   access_timeJanuary 31, 2015

My first time to see a Mooneyes-modified car, and I certainly do like it. It's a mostly standard car but there is that 2.5l, 1JZ engine unde... <More>

 

The S60/S70 Series Crown was built from Feb 1971 to Sep 1974.

1971 - Toyota Crown (MS75)

Views: 89,441   chat_bubble88   access_timeOctober 13, 2012

You may be familiar with the MS60 & MS70 series Toyota Crowns, but the 2 door hardtop is a rare one. The domestic version had twin rectangul... <More>

 

1971 - Toyota Crown (MS75)

Views: 5,648   chat_bubble144   access_timeOctober 22, 2022

I got to drive perhaps the coolest, classic Toyota Crown in Australia, albeit for the briefest of time when I visited Australia last August.... <More>

 

1974 - Toyota Crown Custom (MS62)

Views: 23,838   chat_bubble132   access_timeMay 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... <More>

 

The S80/S90/S100 Series Crown was built from Oct 1974 to Aug 1979.

1975 - Toyota Crown Super Saloon (MS90)

Views: 23,741   chat_bubble62   access_timeAugust 01, 2015

Here's a walk around video of the finest MS90 Crown I've ever seen. Engine is a 2l, 6 cylinder M engine and is back by an automatic gearbox.... <More>

 

1976 - Toyota Crown Super Saloon (MS90-MGE)

Views: 5,073   chat_bubble17   access_timeMay 15, 2012

It's pretty rare to see this generation Toyota Crown in Japan. Even rarer to see one in the Hardtop body style. The car-yard states that thi... <More>

 

The S110 Series Crown was built from 1979 to 1983.

1982 - Toyota Crown Super Saloon (S110)

Views: 10,434   chat_bubble23   access_timeNovember 04, 2012

http://wasabicars.com Music Credit: Created by Dylan Benson, and used with permission and much appreciation. Dylan Benson on Youtube: http:... <More>

 

1983 - Toyota Crown Super Saloon (GS110)

Views: 14,929   chat_bubble153   access_timeNovember 28, 2020

From the same garage that has the 1984 Toyota Corona Hardtop I recently looked at is this (I believe) one-owner 1983 Toyota Crown sedan; and... <More>