Crown Royal Wagon RHD with 26K original miles (43K km)
4 Door Station Wagon
2.0L 6 cyl
West Coast Classics are proud to present an exceptional find of this rare 1986 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon Extra Estate Wagon with its original 2.0L 6 cylinder engine and it's all original factory White color paint and beautiful condition Blue cloth interior and with only some 26K original miles (43 klms)! This is one rare Japanese built and originally sold RHD model wagon which was imported to the U.S by a private collector and which boasts its all original factory paint and a virtually flawless Blue velour cloth interior with original factory options including a viewing moonroof, PS, PB, PW, CC, AM/FM stereo, A/C & rare 3rd row seat!
This is an absolutely beautiful example which reportedly and quite obviously has always been garaged with no accidents and no rust and has a clean CARFAX report and boasts rare viewing moonroof, factory air conditioning & its original spare wheel, jack and tools. The car has very nice original paint and the car has its original factory blue cloth interior which is also in remarkably good and all original condition throughout. The car has its original factory working AM/FM radio and the 2.0L 6 cylinder engine is extremely strong and powerful with only some 26K original miles and the transmission shifts smoothly through all the gears, the car has 4 virtually new tires and is quite simply a lovely car to drive.
The Toyota Crown is an automobile which has been produced by Toyota in Japan since 1955. It is known in Japan and in Asia as a line of executive sedans primarily aimed at the Japanese market but also sold in other Asian markets. Introduced in 1955 as the Toyopet Crown, it was the first Toyota vehicle to be exported to the United States in 1958.
Available at Toyota Store dealers in Japan, the Crown had been popular for government usage for transporting government officials. It has also been popular with Japanese companies as executive company cars. The Crown became partially succeeded in export markets by its closely related sibling, the Lexus GS, since its debut in 1991. Later models of the GS and Crown have taken on a very strong aesthetic kinship through shared design cues.
The Crown's history and reputation has given it prominence in the Toyota lineup, as it is one of the few Toyota models to ever carry its own unique insignia for the model line with the Crown having a stylized crown emblem on the grille and steering wheel along with inspiring the names of its smaller progenitors. The top-trim package was called the Royal Saloon sedan and the wagon was called the Royal Saloon E (Extra). The later incarnation model Royal Saloon Extra versions were packed with features such as dual-zone climate control, AM/FM cassette stereo with six acoustically matched speakers, combined with a separate rear cassette stereo with headphones, and separate A/C and stereo control buttons installed in the rear armrest, parcel shelf mounted refrigerator, reading lamps for all outboard seating positions, electrically adjusted tilt and telescoping steering column combined with a steering wheel and seat memory feature, glovebox mounted courtesy mirror among many things.
This is a rare opportunity to own a very unusual and virtual time capsule example of a very fuel economical and rare Japanese import and fully loaded top-of-the-line 1986 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon Extra Estate Wagon. This is a rare opportunity to be the proud new owner of most likely the only such model anywhere in the U.S.!