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eBay Listing: 1970 Toyota Corolla 2-door Wagon

Asian, Classics  /   /  By Tony Piff  /  By Tony Piff

This 1970 Corolla wagon looks so shiny, straight and well preserved that the “all original” claim is almost difficult to believe, if not for the faded carpet and slightly worn headliner.

When this car was new, no one expected that Toyota would grow to be the world’s biggest auto maker. They were quirky and unusual alternatives to full-sized domestics, and no one ever thought to care for them as collectibles. Most succumbed to rust and neglect decades ago, or were modified by boy-racer tapes in recent years. A fully intact, stock example like this is downright rare today, and nostalgic interest in vintage “J-tin” is ramping up.

This one’s robin’s-egg paint and thin-stripe whitewalls perfectly suit its econobox heritage, but the two-door body style lends it an air of sorta-kinda sportiness, and the 4-speed manual is vastly more interesting than the ubiquitous 3-speed auto.  I love that spaghetti-strand shifter.

Click the link to see the listing for this 1970 Toyota Corolla Wagon.

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7 Comments on "eBay Listing: 1970 Toyota Corolla 2-door Wagon"

4 years 2 months ago

WOW !!! Beautiful Wagon I have a 72 Corolla Stationwagon All Original.

4 years 2 months ago

Hey Hector, that is great to hear! Do you have any photos you could share with us along with a brief story we could promote here the blog?

3 years 4 months ago

Hectorchirogonzalez on

zakayo meshack
4 years 2 months ago

for the moment I don’t have website.

Steve Coan
4 years 1 month ago

Toyota is not the world’s largest automaker…GM is.

4 years 11 days ago

It is difficult to find low mileage Toyota Corolla engines

4 years 10 days ago


Do you have an eBay Motors store?