Don’t you DARE sleep on the Tercel.
In December 2006, Colorado was buried by two consecutive blizzards, which came to be known as the “Holiday Blizzards of 2006.” I was unaware of the coming historic snowstorms, even as I motored my way up and over Raton Pass behind the wheel of my canary yellow, 1982 Toyota Corolla-Tercel two-door sedan. As the snow…
This is one of those times where I find that my gut instincts are dead wrong. My initial reaction to the Quebecois owner of this 1999 Toyota Tercel that has a rear suspension setup that utilizes logs and chicken wire is one of a certain, perverse respect. I know that’s wrong—the guy is really closer to an idiot…
My attraction to the clean lines and proportions of the mid ‘90s Tercel Coupe is both strong and unhealthy.
No, not the video game. This is a story about real life grand theft auto, and it's remarkably sweet.
My desire for an old Toyota Tercel burns strong, perhaps even stronger after watching Toyota itself hoon the crap out of one of their '80s 4WD station wagons.
These guys may be reconsidering their assessment of that first question.
We got an email this morning from a reader, Joseph, who sent in the pics of the above car, a Toyota Tercel with some welded square-section tube structure mounted to the front bumper, and wrote this:
We've established how awesome and carefully chosen the cars from Breaking Bad are. Now, as the series draws to a close (sad face!), you have the chance to own one of its more notable cars. The money will go to a great cause, too.
Great news, die hard Breaking Bad aficionados. The 1984 Toyota Tercel driven by plucky meth cooker Jesse Pinkman can be yours, provided you're willing to take a trip to New Mexico.
If you're a car guy or gal, you know how it works: one of your broke-ass, cheapskate friends needs a transportation car. It has to be under a grand and reliable enough that you won't be asked to fix it.
You see a lot of budget-challenged repairs and modifications on Crusher-bound vehicles; along with adding a handful of Little Trees, a car's final owner often performs some last-ditch fixes in order to stay mobile.
What's the best way to show that your car is better than the competition? Slap a huge Malaise decal bearing your car's name on the side, set up the ramps, and jump the competition! It's even got more headroom than the Rabbit, which we all know is roomy enough for Wilt Chamberlain! Then it kicks Honda's ass by having a…