Being a Toyota fan, you may probably have badged items and collectible from the Japanese manufacturer at home or attached to your keychain.
But how can you show people that come into your office or room that you love Toyota better than showcasing diecast models around.
And if you want to start collecting such miniature beauties, you can’t miss the first generation Toyota Celica, the ancestor of the legendary Supra. Made between 1970 – 1977, the car was offered in ET, LT, ST, GT and GTV version in Japan, while the rest of its markets got only the LS, ST and GT models.
The model you see in the attached photo gallery is the GT version, powered by a 1.6-liter inline 4p petrol engine with two Mikuni-Solex Carburetors, producing 115 PS. Attached to a 5-speed manual, the engine could push the car to a top speed of 185 km/h (115 mph).
It’s a pretty decent 1:18 scale model, with all the right parts on it, plus the gorgeous metallic blue body paint that enhances its muscular shapes. By: autoevolution