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News: MEET THE OWNER – STEVE WATKINS AND HIS 1982 TOYOTA HI-ACE DEVON CAMPER

‘I bought my Toyota Hi-Ace Campervan in 2018 having looked at VW “Bay Window” Vans, but I wanted something a bit more a) unusual and b) reliable’.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER – THE TOYOTA CROWN SUPER SALOON?

Six years ago, while attending a Classic & Sports Car shoot, I had the great pleasure of encountering a car that had fascinated my ten-year-old self. The S110-series Toyota Crown Super more than fulfilled my expectations, being a vehicle of charm, presences and, yes, style.

Classic Toyota Insurance

Why get your Toyota Insurance with Lancaster? Being one of the leading classic car insurance brokers in the UK since 1984, Lancaster knows how important insurance is for its customers and their cars. Toyota cars have a true classic feel about them, especially given their popularity and heritage. That is why we tailor your policy to you and your vehicle, giving you peace of mind and plenty of options available. We have strong relationships with the car clubs and some of the biggest insurers in the UK and this allows us to offer benefits and discounts.

News: 35 YEARS OF THE TOYOTA MR2

Signs That You Feel Old: Lesson Number 489 – when you realise the MR2 is now 35 years old. Virtually anyone who visited the 1984 Motor Show will remember the interest and the sheer excitement on seeing Toyota’s first mid-engine sports car – and the first mass-produced mid-engine car from Japan.

News: Old Adverts - Toyota

The Earls Court Motor Show 1965 marked the official debut of Toyota in the UK, and in the following year, various print advertisements tempted Ford Cortina, BMC 1100 and Vauxhall Viva owners to the charms of ‘one of the world’s most reliable cars’ - the RT40 series Corona.

News: 50th Anniversary for Toyota Corolla

This year the Toyota Corolla reaches its 50th anniversary, another leap for the world’s most popular car.

News: The Corona Rt40 – The First Toyota In Britain

The 1965 London Motor Show was full with exciting new models; the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, the Aston Martin DB6, the Vauxhall Cresta PC, the Triumph 1300 and the MGB GT. There was also a quartet from a Japanese firm named Toyota. The entry-level Corona saloon cost £790 16ds 11d, the three-door station wagon £843 14s, the 1600S four-door £1,077 4s 10d and the 1600S Coupe £1,194 3d.

News: REMEMBERING THE TOYOTA CROWN S110

South Hampshire in 1979 was a bleak and lonely place. It was a realm where remote communities were reputed to regard the Test Card as a form of witchcraft and Children of the Stones was thought to be a public information film.

News: Lancaster Insurance is summer ready with its new convertible schemes

Classic car insurance intermediary Lancaster Insurance, has announced that it has widened its convertible offering to now include an additional 300 models as we hit the summer months. Updated schemes are specifically designed for two and four seat convertibles including Alfa Romeo Spider, Toyota MR2, Audi TT and Mercedes SLK.

News: Super Saloons of the 80s

When it comes to the must-have classic cars, 2016 seems to be all about the hot hatch, but back in the 80s there was another breed of performance car on the road. We’re not talking of the sports cars such as the TVR 350, Lotus Esprit or the Toyota Supra, but the high performance saloon cars... These were known as ‘Q’ cars due to their understated looks and high performance, but they were guaranteed to leave Mr Hot Hatch in a trail of smoke at the lights.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER THE VAUXHALL CAVALIER CENTAUR?

1978 was a watershed year for Vauxhall. It was the year when FE 1800/2300, the last of their large mid-Atlantic style large saloons, was replaced by the Euro-Executive style Carlton, the year that the Royale outshone even a Toyota Crown regarding sheer luxury and chintz-appeal – and the year of the Cavalier Centaur.

News: Affordable classics from the 90s

Nostalgia for the 90s is in full swing at the moment – it’s enough to make those of us old enough to vividly remember the decade feel very old indeed.