Friday, May 29, 2009

Toyota Cresiida 1984

For 1984, the Toyota Cressida saw some changes. The speedometer was changed to read to 130 mph, and the left outside mirror was changed to the convex type for a better field of view. Also, the stereo cassette player was standard (it had been an option before).

The '84 Cressida came as a wagon or a sedan. The engine was a 2.8-liter, 156-horsepower 6 cylinder, and it came standard with an automatic transmission. A five-speed manual was available as an option. The Cressida was well-equipped, coming with a generous amount of standard features.

Drivers like the 1984 Toyota Cressida because it offers a very comfortable and smooth ride, has many amenities, and if treated well, will last for decades. Some drivers have had problems with rust and the A/C.

Toyota Camry 1983

Toyota introduced the Camry as an independent name to the US market in 1982 for the 1983 model year. It was typical of Japanese imports of the time: small and boxy, but sturdy. It was available as a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback.

The 1983 Toyota Camry came with a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter, 92-horsepower engine and was available in either a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual. Both the 1983 Toyota Camry sedan and the hatchback were available in LE and DLX trim levels.

The 1983 Toyota Camry did face two recalls. One was because of a malfunctioning cruise control, and one because of problems with the alternator. While the car was still a long way from becoming the best-seller that it is today, drivers of the car report that they still see 1983 Toyota Camry cars on the road occasionally, speaking to Toyota's commitment to reliability.

Toyota Corrola 1980,

The 1980 Toyota Corolla was unchanged from 1979, when it received a new chassis, body, and engine.

The 1980 Toyota Corolla came in many body styles with several trim levels. The two- and four-door sedan came as a standard, DX or E5. The hardtop coupe came as a standard or SR5, and the sports coupe came as a SR5. The wagon came as a standard or DX. The liftback came as a standard and SR5. The 1980 Toyota Corolla had a 75-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine.

Owners of the 1980 Toyota Corolla speak very highly of it, and many are still being driven today. Parts are very inexpensive and because of the car's simple construction, just about anyone can perform routine maintenance and small repairs. Body rust is a problem, as are uncomfortable seats that are not suited for long drives.

Start of new Era

Due to sever shortage and high prices of fuel around the world and more need of transportation and traveling required to make more fuel efficient engine increased.
Most of the car makers started making smaller and fuel efficient technology, which resulted the transformation of electronic fuel injection as well as use of gasoline with smaller engines. Japan was the first one who came up with Japanese technology with high reliability of engines as well as long lasting life.

Back before increase in fuel prices all car makers use to make big engines car like V-8 and V-6 were very common but with the time the V-8 engines only use for big and heavy duty work as well as V-6 engines started installing in SUV's and other mini trucks and most of the common use car gone down to V-4 and V-3.

In past only men used to be fascinated by cars models, shapes, performance and enjoyablity. But, now in modern era there is no difference between men and women now all are fascinated by new models and shapes of cars, SUV's and trucks.
Please keep reading my next posts with more advanced cars in market in the time line.

Friday, March 6, 2009

1979 Lincoln Continental Mark VI

AS NEW with 31,232 miles. PERFECT!

1970 Cadillac Deville Convertible.

This is the last of the RWD Cadillac DeVille Convertibles.... and they drive terrific when properly restored.

1967 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster