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About crandalucks

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  • Birthday 02/01/1964

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  • Toyota Model
    RS40 Crown Deluxe Sedan
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    New South Wales
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  1. cressida mx83

    So are we lacking Cressida threads or forums? I have custody of what I believe is a MX83, 1989 vintage. As I understand it, in this run of models (just before the Grande) there was a big selling GLX (with colour-coded bumpers & 16" wheels) and a not as well selling GL (black bumpers & 15" wheels), which was my parents' "keep-for-state-occasions" car.
  2. name your car

    My second MS65 was "Connie Crown" (the squeeze of the day had something to do with that IIRC).
  3. Roo Cuss or Ruckus?

    I've never known how to pronounce this, is it a swearing kangaroo (Roo Cuss) or lots of noise (ruckus)?
  4. Just joined

    Thanks for the welcome guys, will be posting some pix of all three cars in the near future.
  5. Just joined

    Gedday all. Although I'm not currently driving any Toyotas, I was pretty well raised with them. My Dad graduated to Toyotas in the early 60s, after some decades of loving Citroens. My introduction to the Toyota world was Dad's first Toyota, a 1963 RS40 Crown Deluxe. This was our family car from 1965 (when Dad bought it as an ex-demo) until it shat a dizzy drive in 1978, since when its been dry stored. Classic barn find, you might say. Regrettably in recent months, Dad has become nursing home material, so I have to clear out the house - and several cars - in short order, some of which are Toyotas. Firstly, let me gently point out, that the RS40 won't be among those going "out the door" - I aim to have this one back on the road in the next few years, its few issues are relatively minor. Should be a gorgeous club cruiser Having said that, there is also a 1989 MX83? Cressida GL and a 2001 Camry CS-X 2.2l wagon (both one owner) that will be looking for new homes very soon.