Stifle that yawn! When was the last time you saw a 1986 Toyota Tercel wagon, known in Japan as the Sprinter Carib? Huh? Thought so! There’s a low mileage (54K) example for sale on Ebay that our friends at Bringatrailer found. It drew some hilarious reader comments, a few of which we just had to share:
“I always thought the back end looks like an ATM.”
“Didn’t want it when new. Don’t want it now!”
“>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Why? <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<“
We at Feral Cars are, most decidedly, not among the haters. No Sir or Ma’am. We kinda dig this car and found one down the street. We spoke to its proud owner, a Thai national, who uses it to — get this — commute once or twice a month between Fresno and Los Angeles, that’s 220 miles each way!
This unassuming little worker bee was a paragon of both asymmetry and right angularity. Nissan Cube, you’re late to this wild party!
Actor/designer Aslam Husain shot an ersatz period commercial for a car just like this! Watch it here and grok this as art imitating life, a dull life, to be more specific. We can dig the Boxcar Willie-esque appeal of this Lego-tastic conveyance. It’s non-phenomenally sensational!
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