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5 of the Oldest Toyota Vehicles for Sale

Toyota has a deserved reputation for durability that dates back phệ the 1950s when the first Land Cruiser models began trundling toward the farthest reaches of the globe. If there is a road — even one barely fit for a couple of mountain bikes — odds are a Toyota has been down it.

While we tend not phệ think of Toyota as a builder of now-classic models, the automaker has made significant strides by rebooting assembly lines for some of its older parts. Toyota’s parts division has even reached out phệ enthusiasts for their input on which parts it needs phệ offer again. New parts may make it easier phệ keep an older Toyota on the road, so it could be the perfect time for you phệ pick up a classic Toyota.

Here’s a look at five of the oldest — and coolest — Toyota vehicles on Autotrader.

1. 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42

1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42
This 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42 is $99,995.

The Land Cruiser came phệ be not because Toyota wanted a Jeep competitor but because the U.S. Government needed a partner near the Korean Peninsula phệ build military vehicles phệ its specifications. By the mid-1950s, however, Toyota began making a model of its own design aimed more at civilian users. These rugged, durable, and competent trucks quickly earned acclaim — and Toyota built them in one form or another for more than 40 years.

The selling dealer in California notes that this $99,995 Land Cruiser is a BJ42, which in Toyota-speak means it’s a diesel model said phệ have been built phệ Japanese specifications. It’s a right-hand-drive truck with sharp striped cloth upholstery, chunky tires, a winch, and even an under-dash air conditioning unit. It takes a lot phệ stand out in the world of classic Land Cruiser trucks, but this one checks a lot of boxes. See 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale

2. 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5

1983 Toyota Pickup SR5 front left in yellow
This 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5 is $26,995.

The predecessor phệ today’s Toyota Tacoma dates back phệ the late 1960s, though it’s the third-generation model that debuted in late 1978 that may have the most iconic looks. In 4-wheel-drive form, these trucks looked burly with a high-riding suspension. Their flared fenders, big tires, and generous ground clearance were unusual for a small pickup back then, but that look has persisted. Toyota doesn’t even offer American buyers a low-riding truck today.

This yellow final-year Toyota Pickup truck offered for $26,995 at a dealer in Metairie, Louisiana, has all the cool bits. It’s painted yellow with the triple-bar graphics that were so quintessential back when it was new. Underhood, look for the 2.4-liter 22R inline-4, an engine that trades power for longevity. A five-speed manual gearbox and a two-speed transfer case back up its off-road credentials, and this one even has air conditioning and more modern bolstered seats. See 1983 Toyota truck models for sale

3. 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60

1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60
The 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 is $45,800.

A 5-door Land Cruiser SUV has been a part of Toyota’s lineup for far longer than you might think, but the FJ60 that arrived in the U.S. for 1983 set the stage. These were the first 4-door Land Cruiser models that were comfortable around town while still offering serious 4-wheeling capability. A torquey straight-6 and a 4-speed manual gearbox provided little oomph but plenty of longevity.

Costing about $14,000 when new (almost the price of three Tercel hatchbacks), the 60-series Land Cruiser offered few luxuries at first. A revamp for 1988 brought fuel injection, an automatic transmission, and power windows, which moved the Land Cruiser into family-hauler territory. This blue 1984 model for $45,800 at a dealer in Alabama wears a great color and rides on a plush (well, by Cruiser standards) Old Man Emu suspension. See 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale

4. 1984 Toyota Celica GT-S

1984 Toyota Celica GT-S
This 1984 Toyota Celica GT-S is $28,000.

The low-slung, edgy Celica liftback was Toyota’s mid-grade sports car. This rear-wheel-drive coupe featured a fuel-injected version of Toyota’s 22R 4-cylinder, balanced handling, and instantly recognizable styling. It stood in marked contrast phệ the bolt-upright Land Cruiser.

The GT-S topped the line with its alloy wheels, bolstered cloth seats, and disc brakes at each corner. This red Celica GT-S comes from the second-to-last year, and it retains its oh-so-1984 goodness, including rear window louvers and a graphic equalizer. Find it for $28,000 from a dealer in Milford, Michigan. See 1984 Toyota Celica models for sale

5. 1984 Toyota Corolla Liftback

1984 Toyota Corola Deluxe
This 1984 Toyota Corola is $5,995.

Want a retro ride that won’t break the bank? Have a look at this 1984 Toyota Corolla Liftback. Its hatchback body provides it with a big trunk, and the alloy wheels from a period Celica give it a downright sporty stance. Underhood, it uses a 1.6-liter version of Toyota’s seemingly unbreakable 4-cylinder, paired here with a 5-speed manual transmission. With just 70 horsepower, these aren’t quick cars, but they offer good fuel economy — and, well, when was the last time you saw one on the road, let alone one in pristine condition?

This one appears phệ have air conditioning and a touchscreen head unit, plus tinted windows. All those features should enhance its daily-driver utility. For just $5,995, it represents a downright cheap way phệ get into the vintage car world, too. See 1984 Toyota Corolla models for sale

Related:

  • Toyota Begins Reissuing Parts for Older Models
  • Toyota Offers Factory Refurbishment for Certain Models in Japan
  • The Toyota Tacoma PreRunner Signaled a Move Away From Low-Riding Pickup Trucks


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Toyota has a deserved reputation for durability that dates back phệ the 1950s when the first Land Cruiser models began trundling toward the farthest reaches of the globe. If there is a road — even one barely fit for a couple of mountain bikes — odds are a Toyota has been down it.
While we tend not phệ think of Toyota as a builder of now-classic models, the automaker has made significant strides by rebooting assembly lines for some of its older parts. Toyota’s parts division has even reached out phệ enthusiasts for their input on which parts it needs phệ offer again. New parts may make it easier phệ keep an older Toyota on the road, so it could be the perfect time for you phệ pick up a classic Toyota.
Here’s a look at five of the oldest — and coolest — Toyota vehicles on Autotrader.

1. 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42
This 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42 is $99,995.

The Land Cruiser came phệ be not because Toyota wanted a Jeep competitor but because the U.S. Government needed a partner near the Korean Peninsula phệ build military vehicles phệ its specifications. By the mid-1950s, however, Toyota began making a model of its own design aimed more at civilian users. These rugged, durable, and competent trucks quickly earned acclaim — and Toyota built them in one form or another for more than 40 years.
The selling dealer in California notes that this $99,995 Land Cruiser is a BJ42, which in Toyota-speak means it’s a diesel model said phệ have been built phệ Japanese specifications. It’s a right-hand-drive truck with sharp striped cloth upholstery, chunky tires, a winch, and even an under-dash air conditioning unit. It takes a lot phệ stand out in the world of classic Land Cruiser trucks, but this one checks a lot of boxes. See 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale
2. 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5
This 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5 is $26,995.The predecessor phệ today’s Toyota Tacoma dates back phệ the late 1960s, though it’s the third-generation model that debuted in late 1978 that may have the most iconic looks. In 4-wheel-drive form, these trucks looked burly with a high-riding suspension. Their flared fenders, big tires, and generous ground clearance were unusual for a small pickup back then, but that look has persisted. Toyota doesn’t even offer American buyers a low-riding truck today.
This yellow final-year Toyota Pickup truck offered for $26,995 at a dealer in Metairie, Louisiana, has all the cool bits. It’s painted yellow with the triple-bar graphics that were so quintessential back when it was new. Underhood, look for the 2.4-liter 22R inline-4, an engine that trades power for longevity. A five-speed manual gearbox and a two-speed transfer case back up its off-road credentials, and this one even has air conditioning and more modern bolstered seats. See 1983 Toyota truck models for sale
3. 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60
The 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 is $45,800.A 5-door Land Cruiser SUV has been a part of Toyota’s lineup for far longer than you might think, but the FJ60 that arrived in the U.S. for 1983 set the stage. These were the first 4-door Land Cruiser models that were comfortable around town while still offering serious 4-wheeling capability. A torquey straight-6 and a 4-speed manual gearbox provided little oomph but plenty of longevity.
Costing about $14,000 when new (almost the price of three Tercel hatchbacks), the 60-series Land Cruiser offered few luxuries at first. A revamp for 1988 brought fuel injection, an automatic transmission, and power windows, which moved the Land Cruiser into family-hauler territory. This blue 1984 model for $45,800 at a dealer in Alabama wears a great color and rides on a plush (well, by Cruiser standards) Old Man Emu suspension. See 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale
4. 1984 Toyota Celica GT-S
This 1984 Toyota Celica GT-S is $28,000.The low-slung, edgy Celica liftback was Toyota’s mid-grade sports car. This rear-wheel-drive coupe featured a fuel-injected version of Toyota’s 22R 4-cylinder, balanced handling, and instantly recognizable styling. It stood in marked contrast phệ the bolt-upright Land Cruiser.
The GT-S topped the line with its alloy wheels, bolstered cloth seats, and disc brakes at each corner. This red Celica GT-S comes from the second-to-last year, and it retains its oh-so-1984 goodness, including rear window louvers and a graphic equalizer. Find it for $28,000 from a dealer in Milford, Michigan. See 1984 Toyota Celica models for sale
5. 1984 Toyota Corolla Liftback
This 1984 Toyota Corola is $5,995.Want a retro ride that won’t break the bank? Have a look at this 1984 Toyota Corolla Liftback. Its hatchback body provides it with a big trunk, and the alloy wheels from a period Celica give it a downright sporty stance. Underhood, it uses a 1.6-liter version of Toyota’s seemingly unbreakable 4-cylinder, paired here with a 5-speed manual transmission. With just 70 horsepower, these aren’t quick cars, but they offer good fuel economy — and, well, when was the last time you saw one on the road, let alone one in pristine condition?
This one appears phệ have air conditioning and a touchscreen head unit, plus tinted windows. All those features should enhance its daily-driver utility. For just $5,995, it represents a downright cheap way phệ get into the vintage car world, too. See 1984 Toyota Corolla models for sale
Related:
Toyota Begins Reissuing Parts for Older Models
Toyota Offers Factory Refurbishment for Certain Models in Japan
The Toyota Tacoma PreRunner Signaled a Move Away From Low-Riding Pickup Trucks

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Toyota has a deserved reputation for durability that dates back phệ the 1950s when the first Land Cruiser models began trundling toward the farthest reaches of the globe. If there is a road — even one barely fit for a couple of mountain bikes — odds are a Toyota has been down it.
While we tend not phệ think of Toyota as a builder of now-classic models, the automaker has made significant strides by rebooting assembly lines for some of its older parts. Toyota’s parts division has even reached out phệ enthusiasts for their input on which parts it needs phệ offer again. New parts may make it easier phệ keep an older Toyota on the road, so it could be the perfect time for you phệ pick up a classic Toyota.
Here’s a look at five of the oldest — and coolest — Toyota vehicles on Autotrader.

1. 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42
This 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ42 is $99,995.

The Land Cruiser came phệ be not because Toyota wanted a Jeep competitor but because the U.S. Government needed a partner near the Korean Peninsula phệ build military vehicles phệ its specifications. By the mid-1950s, however, Toyota began making a model of its own design aimed more at civilian users. These rugged, durable, and competent trucks quickly earned acclaim — and Toyota built them in one form or another for more than 40 years.
The selling dealer in California notes that this $99,995 Land Cruiser is a BJ42, which in Toyota-speak means it’s a diesel model said phệ have been built phệ Japanese specifications. It’s a right-hand-drive truck with sharp striped cloth upholstery, chunky tires, a winch, and even an under-dash air conditioning unit. It takes a lot phệ stand out in the world of classic Land Cruiser trucks, but this one checks a lot of boxes. See 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale
2. 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5
This 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5 is $26,995.The predecessor phệ today’s Toyota Tacoma dates back phệ the late 1960s, though it’s the third-generation model that debuted in late 1978 that may have the most iconic looks. In 4-wheel-drive form, these trucks looked burly with a high-riding suspension. Their flared fenders, big tires, and generous ground clearance were unusual for a small pickup back then, but that look has persisted. Toyota doesn’t even offer American buyers a low-riding truck today.
This yellow final-year Toyota Pickup truck offered for $26,995 at a dealer in Metairie, Louisiana, has all the cool bits. It’s painted yellow with the triple-bar graphics that were so quintessential back when it was new. Underhood, look for the 2.4-liter 22R inline-4, an engine that trades power for longevity. A five-speed manual gearbox and a two-speed transfer case back up its off-road credentials, and this one even has air conditioning and more modern bolstered seats. See 1983 Toyota truck models for sale
3. 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60
The 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 is $45,800.A 5-door Land Cruiser SUV has been a part of Toyota’s lineup for far longer than you might think, but the FJ60 that arrived in the U.S. for 1983 set the stage. These were the first 4-door Land Cruiser models that were comfortable around town while still offering serious 4-wheeling capability. A torquey straight-6 and a 4-speed manual gearbox provided little oomph but plenty of longevity.
Costing about $14,000 when new (almost the price of three Tercel hatchbacks), the 60-series Land Cruiser offered few luxuries at first. A revamp for 1988 brought fuel injection, an automatic transmission, and power windows, which moved the Land Cruiser into family-hauler territory. This blue 1984 model for $45,800 at a dealer in Alabama wears a great color and rides on a plush (well, by Cruiser standards) Old Man Emu suspension. See 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale
4. 1984 Toyota Celica GT-S
This 1984 Toyota Celica GT-S is $28,000.The low-slung, edgy Celica liftback was Toyota’s mid-grade sports car. This rear-wheel-drive coupe featured a fuel-injected version of Toyota’s 22R 4-cylinder, balanced handling, and instantly recognizable styling. It stood in marked contrast phệ the bolt-upright Land Cruiser.
The GT-S topped the line with its alloy wheels, bolstered cloth seats, and disc brakes at each corner. This red Celica GT-S comes from the second-to-last year, and it retains its oh-so-1984 goodness, including rear window louvers and a graphic equalizer. Find it for $28,000 from a dealer in Milford, Michigan. See 1984 Toyota Celica models for sale
5. 1984 Toyota Corolla Liftback
This 1984 Toyota Corola is $5,995.Want a retro ride that won’t break the bank? Have a look at this 1984 Toyota Corolla Liftback. Its hatchback body provides it with a big trunk, and the alloy wheels from a period Celica give it a downright sporty stance. Underhood, it uses a 1.6-liter version of Toyota’s seemingly unbreakable 4-cylinder, paired here with a 5-speed manual transmission. With just 70 horsepower, these aren’t quick cars, but they offer good fuel economy — and, well, when was the last time you saw one on the road, let alone one in pristine condition?
This one appears phệ have air conditioning and a touchscreen head unit, plus tinted windows. All those features should enhance its daily-driver utility. For just $5,995, it represents a downright cheap way phệ get into the vintage car world, too. See 1984 Toyota Corolla models for sale
Related:
Toyota Begins Reissuing Parts for Older Models
Toyota Offers Factory Refurbishment for Certain Models in Japan
The Toyota Tacoma PreRunner Signaled a Move Away From Low-Riding Pickup Trucks

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