Tuesday, 4 March 2014

1967, Cars: Toyota Crown (S50)

In 1967 Japanese car manufacturer Toyota launches the third generation of the Crown series. Mechanically the car is much the same as the previous generation, S40. The better equiped models are fitted with the L6 engine with 1988 cc  or 2253 cc.  Lower specified models are equipped with the L4 engine with 1994 cc. The range includes a 4-door sedan, a 4-door station wagon, a 2-door coupé and a single/double cab pickup.

Predecessor: Toyota Crown S40
Toyota Crown S50 4-door sedan
Toyota Crown S50 single cab pickup
Toyota Crown S50 station wagon
In 1969 the Crown receives a new front and trim arrangement. Production of the Crown S50 ends in 1971 when it is succeeded by the Toyota Crown S60/70.

Toyota Crown S50 2-door coupé (1969 facelift)
Toyota Crown S50 double cab pickup (1969 facelift)
Toyota Crown S60 (1971)
Toyota Crown S70 (1971)
Brochure Toyota Crown Coupé S50 Japan (1968)
Brochure Toyota Crown S50 Danmark (1969)

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