science bastards

22 October, 2007

Toyota Museum!

Filed under: Cars, Photo — sciencebastards @ 2:47 pm

I visited the Toyota Automobile Museum in June of 2006. I am just now getting around to putting these up.


1936 Toyoda Model AA. Yes, it was Toyoda then, seriously.

51 toyopet

1951 Toyota Toyopet Model SA


1955 Fujicabin Model 5A

datsun 122

1956 Datsun Model 112

toyopet van

1956 Toyota Toyopet Masterline Van


1957 Suzulight Model SL

57 toyopet corona

1957 Toyota Toyopet Corona

subaru 360

1958 Subaru 360

58 crown

1958 Toyota Toyopet Crown


1960 Nissan Cedric

60 corona

1960 Toyota Toyopet Corona

mazda r 360

1961 Mazda R360

mitsubishi 500

1961 Mitsubishi 500


1960 Toyota Publica

62 coronamino

1962 Toyota Corona Pickup

62 hino renault

1962 Hino Renault

63 bluebird

1963 Datsun Bluebird

64 corona

1964 Toyota Corona

64 corona

1964 Toyota Corona

64 suzuki carry van

1964 Suzuki Carry Van

sports 800

1965 Toyota Sports 800

sports 800

1965 Toyota Sports 800

sports 800

1965 Toyota Sports 800

1965 Toyota Sports 800

65 bluebird

1965 Datsun Bluebird

66 familia

1966 Mazda Familia

66 prince r-380

1966 Prince R380

66 silvia

1966 Nissan Silvia

67 corona 1600 gt

1967 Toyota Corona 1600 GT

67 fronte

1967 Suzuki Fronte

2000 gt

1968 Toyota 2000Gt

1968 Toyota 2000Gt

2000 gt

1968 Toyota 2000Gt

2000 gt

1968 Toyota 2000Gt

2000 gt

1968 Toyota 2000Gt

68 corona mkII

1968 Toyota Corona MKII

mazda carol

1969 Mazda Carol

mazda carol

1969 Mazda Carol


1969 Mazda Cosmo


1969 Honda N360


1970 Toyota Celica


1970 Isuzu 117


1972 Honda Civic


1973 Toyota Celica


  1. […] Why yes, you are looking at the schnoz of a 1965 Toyota Sports 800. Thanks for asking. And Japan Week marches on here at the Jalop House of Noodle Brains. Even though Spin, Ray and Ben are in Tokyo as we type, they’ll be working the Auto Show, with no time to go and document every car in the Toyota museum. But fear not gentle readers! One of you (Harumph to be exact) went and did the work for us. Last year. But as fate would have it, just got around to posting his pictures now. That’s right, laziness and synchronicity go often go hand in hand. Be sure to click over to Harumph’s site to check all the hot Japanese metal. Yes, there’s a 2000GT. A white one. [science bastards] […]

    Pingback by Jalopnik : Retro: Toyota Museum — 23 October, 2007 @ 2:40 pm

  2. Sweeeeeeeet!! Especially the 1936 Toyoda, which reminds me of a Chrysler Airflow in 3/4 scale!

    Comment by Jim — 23 October, 2007 @ 3:00 pm

  3. […] Toyota Museum! science bastards […]

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  4. […] ran across a site where the guy took a stack of photos at The Toyota Automobile Museum (for those Parishioners with Fat […]

    Pingback by Other People’s Ponies « SALVATION! — 3 November, 2007 @ 7:03 am

  5. this is realy nice

    thank you

    Comment by altannan — 7 November, 2007 @ 2:16 pm

  6. Nice, Where was this? My self and some friends of mine are retro import fans. Nice to see some of the real inginuity of Japanese car makers back in the days!

    Thank you

    Comment by Carlos — 29 June, 2008 @ 6:46 pm

  7. for sale: Toyota Corona 1500, year of 1970, price depends or our arrangement.

    Comment by Petr Vaněček — 12 November, 2008 @ 4:39 pm

  8. searching for Toyota 2000Gt or 1973-1975 Toyota Celica

    Comment by eaposztrof — 19 January, 2009 @ 7:42 am

  9. hi, interested in the 1960 Toyota Publica (orange), just wanted to know the official name for that colour.


    Comment by Ramesh Dhingra — 21 February, 2009 @ 5:54 pm

  10. I have a 800cc Toyota pick-up aircooled model up26 would appreciate any info

    Comment by Isabel — 6 May, 2009 @ 3:15 pm

    • Isabel. Can I buy your Toyota 800 pick-up? Am looking for one
      S. Simuchoba

      Comment by sibanze — 6 August, 2012 @ 12:33 pm

  11. […] Winterberg at Science Bastards did us a great good favor by posting a well-curated bunch of photos from the Toyotal Museum.  I’m going to crib some of the best, starting with this sparkly white 1951 Toyopet Model […]

    Pingback by Hyde Park Blvd » Blog Archive » 1951 Toyopet — 29 June, 2009 @ 3:36 pm

  12. This is probably one of the most exciting and best post that I have stumbled upon in a very long time. I’m a very old school writer and I’m starting to love new genres because of you.

    Comment by marco campbell — 15 July, 2009 @ 9:03 pm

  13. One of the best post I have read in a long time my friend. Keep them coming I love reading these.

    Comment by bert levine — 15 July, 2009 @ 9:03 pm

  14. Sad to see not one 2000GT Corona made it to the museum.

    Comment by Steve Gregory — 23 September, 2009 @ 6:30 am

  15. Thats very good to know… thanks

    Comment by Kelli Garner — 30 September, 2009 @ 1:25 pm

  16. I met a guy at the Scottsdale Arizona Saturday night car show who had an unrestored Toyopet Corona that he drove to the show. I believe he said it was a 1958. If you notice, there is a small divot in the bottom of the grille of the one in the picture. He produced a hand crank, turned on the ignition and started the sar with half a crank. Very cool.

    Comment by Paul Ruby — 23 November, 2009 @ 11:17 am

  17. My first car was a 77 Celica. Thanks for the pics, you introduced me to many cars I didn’t know were out there. I love classics, and the more unusual in the USA the better. Some of these cars rock!

    Comment by Rhonda — 24 November, 2009 @ 7:14 pm

  18. I had a 1969 toyoglyde back in the day, I never imagine they were going to be worth this much, there is similar model of the one I had in the background of the 1968 Toyota Corona MKII, same color and everything.

    Comment by Leo Silva — 4 June, 2010 @ 1:17 pm

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