1984 Toyota Camry LE Liftback.

April 2, 2013

11 comments


11 comments:

adam.giguere said...

I saw one alot like this not long ago, but it was blue

Anonymous said...

WOW.Absolutely amazing. What a wonderful time capsule and it's in really nice, clean shape. Very straight.

These cars have been invisible for the last 15 years and now when we notice them they look strange and odd.

Great photos. This is what I love about Tony and Ben and Old Parked Cars.

Anonymous said...

Behind it is an 86 Sentra B12 Coupe. More rare, I believe.

Tony Piff said...

these things are almost as rare as they are invisible, and i always stop and photograph them, but i think this might be the first time ben has stooped to post a RWD toyota?

quite the specimen. "louvers" tag added :)

Ben Piff said...

Right on anon, guess and you may receive...a Sentra. And Tony, just because you're dominating the Tercel tag doesn't mean I haven't contributed a couple! And how can you say I finally stooped to photograph RWD (when I'm sure you mean FWD), I'm the one toughing it out in a very FWD FX16.

Justin said...

Back when the Camry was an honest car.....and this one is in tip-top shape.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Ben and Tony.
Happy to see the Sentra.

Mark

hatchtopia.com said...

Obviously, I'm biased, but I think that the hatchback Camry and HB versions of compact/midsize Japanese sedans are about the coolest things out there. Do you all mind if I link this post from my site?

Tony Piff said...

by all means, hatch. keep up the good work.

hatchtopia.com said...

Thanks Tony - I'm trying to get back into a regular rhythm of getting posts out. It's a lot of work and you guys do a great job - my link to this post will probably appear on Friday.

Anonymous said...

This car was my gift for graduating high school. I called it Turtle since the shape reminded me of one. Turtle and I went to many concerts, trips to NYC, SUNY New Paltz, and lots of different places.