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TOYOTA CORONA RT40 1967 PICKUP

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Hi all, can anyone shed any light on the following vehicle??

Its a 1967 Corona Pick Up...

Its in the UK where I am, and I have never seen one before...

Any help would be appreciated....

CORONAPICKUP3-1.jpg

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Hi all, can anyone shed any light on the following vehicle??

Its a 1967 Corona Pick Up...

Its in the UK where I am, and I have never seen one before...

Any help would be appreciated....

CORONAPICKUP3-1.jpg

RT46?

I owned one once in 1971.

2R engine

Four speed column shift.

Also come in automatic 2 speed.

Down draft carbie.

Top speed about 90 mph

13 inch wheels.

Heater clock radio.

Alloy drum brakes all round

Front are leading shoe.

Power assited brakes.

A 12R engine will fit or do what I did fit a 4R 1600S engine and floor shift box.

Then I fitted an 8RB.

There is still one here in my town being driven around.

He won't sell it and even if he did most RT40 parts are long since crushed up.

In fact most Toyota Corona parts have been crushed up and recycled as Hyundais.

I have a lot more facts somewhere around ina book if you need any tech specs.

For mechanical repairs get a Haynes RT40 sedan book.

Stephos website also has details..

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/stepho/coronprd.htm

off an original Toyota engine ID plate....

Engine model - 2R

No. of cylinders - 4

Bore - 3.07in / 78mm

Stroke - 3.07in / 78mm

Piston Displacement - 90.9cu.in /

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Hi all, can anyone shed any light on the following vehicle??

Its a 1967 Corona Pick Up...

Its in the UK where I am, and I have never seen one before...

Any help would be appreciated....

CORONAPICKUP3-1.jpg

RT46?

I owned one once in 1971.

2R engine

Four speed column shift.

Also come in automatic 2 speed.

Down draft carbie.

Top speed about 90 mph

13 inch wheels.

Heater clock radio.

Alloy drum brakes all round

Front are leading shoe.

Power assited brakes.

A 12R engine will fit or do what I did fit a 4R 1600S engine and floor shift box.

Then I fitted an 8RB.

There is still one here in my town being driven around.

He won't sell it and even if he did most RT40 parts are long since crushed up.

In fact most Toyota Corona parts have been crushed up and recycled as Hyundais.

I have a lot more facts somewhere around ina book if you need any tech specs.

For mechanical repairs get a Haynes RT40 sedan book.

Stephos website also has details..

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/stepho/coronprd.htm

off an original Toyota engine ID plate....

Engine model - 2R

No. of cylinders - 4

Bore - 3.07in / 78mm

Stroke - 3.07in / 78mm

Piston Displacement - 90.9cu.in /

Thanks mate....

This one is in serious need of re-build.. where can panels be picked up from ??

To my knowledge there are only 2 in the uk!!! so they are rare as S***

Are the 4 door saloons wings exactly the same as the pick up ??

How easy r the rear panels to get hold of or sorted?

Engine may have seized as its been stood for over 20 years in a barn...

more pics ive posted on my site

www.japclassics.piczo.com

look under rare Toyota Corona Pick Up 1967...

Thanks again..

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Hi this is lalo R u selling the ute I would like to bay one do you of any one, by the way if you are in Adelaide call me I know some body who have cars pat of toyota 0423319243 or e mail me at trapitotheclown @hotmail.com

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Its in the UK where I am...

Seriously Lalo, learn to read.

Not a good idea to post your phone number and email either, pm them instead.

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