Toyota Cruise | 10.16.22
The 70s was famous for bellbottoms, 8-track tapes, and the rise of disco. For Toyota Motor Corporation, the 70s was a decade to remember. Toyota sold their one millionth vehicle in the 70s establishing themselves as one of the world’s premier automaker. For the Toyota Cruise that was held on Sunday, October 16th, 2022 within the Central Oahu Regional Park here on Oahu Nei, the 70s was well represented with a host of 70s Toyotas in attendance
Pictured above and below are photos of Del Sumaio’s 1975 Toyota Corolla rocking an eye catching Dodge Viper Blue hue along with a host of with newly added parts and accessories that has enabled him to achieve the desired outcome of his build
Pictured above and below are photos of Mike Whaley’s 1973 Toyota Corolla Coupe rocking a custom midnight blue paint job and an F20C motor swap stuffed beneath it’s hood
Mike Whaley’s 1973 Toyota Corolla Coupe is a prime example of a car that rolled off the assembly line back in the 70s and has withstood the test of time
Out and about and kicking it at the Toyota Cruise was Tommy Dolormente’s 1978 Toyota Hilux and Richard Graellos’s 1971 Toyota Hilux ? OSIXHI is in the house
Rolling into the Toyota Cruise was Jhordan Dureg’s 1974 Toyota Corolla Coupe that he had recently acquired and restored from top to bottom
Pictured below is Jemo Razon’s 1974 Toyota Corolla Coupe out and about on a Toyota Cruise and a Sunday afternoon ? Lucky We Live Hawaii ? Only In Hawaii ?