Nostalgia Classic Cars proudly presents you a prime example of understated Japanese luxury, the 1969 Toyota Corona Deluxe. Third generation Corona was introduced just before the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, and was styled by none other than Battista Farina, the founder of Pininfarina design studio. Its styling is a classic three-box look with hints of Farina’s Italian flair mixed with the looks of a true Japanese classic. This Corona was built in various body styles, most interesting being four-door sedan and two-door hardtop coupé.

The car featured in our dealership is a preserved 1969 Corona Deluxe painted in metallic blue. The car sits on 13“ 8-spoke magnesium alloy wheels, and the power comes from 1.9 liter engine mated to Toyoglide automatic transmission. Its interior is finished in black leather, and features the factory original two-spoke steering wheel, air conditioning and original radio. Survivors like this are getting harder to find, so visit Nostalgia Classic Cars and grab this Japanese beauty while you still can.