Classic Car | Toyota 2000GT (1969)

 

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If you're noticing a little Bond theme here, you're totally right. While Bond got a drop-top, the '69 Toyota 2000GT was stylish enough without one on offer up coming from the factory. The elongated front, together with the planning generally, causes it to be feel a lot more like an Italian roadster than something you'd picture purchasing to its dependable gas mileage.

Currently the most important carmaker in the planet, Toyota is mostly known to its family sedans and capable SUVs. But in recent decades, the Japanese have built themselves a solid name in sports car manufacturing and racing through vehicles such like the Celica, Supra,, GT 86, the Le Mans-prepped TS lineage, and also the Lexus LFA. Five decades ago, however, Toyota was still had the sober image in an econobox carmaker. This changed using the tiny Sports 800 in 1965, and, 2 yrs later, using the 2000GT, widely regarded like the first Japanese supercar.

The 2000GT made its most famous screen appearance inside the 1967 James Bond movie You Only Live Twice, the majority of that was filmed in Japan. Two one-off topless models – fitted only with tonneau covers to simulate functioning convertible roofs – were made specially to the film. It's claimed a targa were considered to support the burly 6′ 2 Sean Connery. This retained the initial car’s fastback profile but eliminated rear side windows. Purportedly, Connery’s head stuck from the top and also a roofless version was fabricated in just two weeks to the movie. citation needed The car was mainly driven by Bond girlfriend Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi ) inside the film. Bond actor Daniel Craig voted the 2000GT as his favourite Bond car of time.

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Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Image of Toyota 2000GT (1969)

Source: wikipedia.com

 


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