Collection No.16

Jan 16 ~ Jan 22

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  • 1977 Toyota Toyoace RY10-P Barracuda

    The base vehicle is a third-generation Toyota "Toyoace" known as a commercial truck, a "double cab" grade with a six-passenger capacity. This highly popular custom truck was equipped with a tent on the roof, and was built with a focus on practicality for leisure use.

    1977 Toyota Toyoace RY10-P Barracuda

    Model year: 1977

    Mileage: 16,842km

  • 1973 Mazda Kraft Truck DUC9

    Based on Mazda's Craft commercial truck, which was designed with practicality in mind, this custom truck is inspired by the Mercedes-Benz Unimog. The exterior is all painted in metallic green, with huge tires and fearless off-road truck-like styling.

    1973 Mazda Kraft Truck DUC9

    Model year: 1973

    Mileage: -

  • Honda Vamos

    This is a full holo type with a top that covers the entire upper part of the car, which is said to have been produced in particularly small numbers among the first generation Honda ”Vamos”, which still enjoys a cult following today for its avant-garde design and cute little body. The top is still in beautiful condition, although there are some signs of wear and tear.

    Honda Vamos

    Model year: -

    Mileage: -

  • 1979 Toyota Townace E-TR15G

    The first model of the Town Ace, introduced in 1976, a passenger grade wagon model with three rows of seats and seating for seven passengers. It retains a high degree of originality and the engine runs well. With its versatile luggage space and seats that fully flatten, it is a vehicle that allows large groups of people to enjoy leisure activities.

    1979 Toyota Townace E-TR15G

    Model year: 1979

    Mileage: -

  • 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser Troop Carrier 47

    The 40 series is a popular model among Land Cruisers. This particular example is a long body type "Troop Carrier" sold exclusively in Australia, and is equipped with a pop-up roof and large snorkel often seen on camping-spec vehicles. This is a rare car that combines classic charm and rarity.

    1984 Toyota Land Cruiser Troop Carrier 47

    Model year: 1984

    Mileage: 20,295km

  • 1958 Bedford CA Dormobile

    Based on the Bedford CA, one of the most famous commercial vehicles in the U.K., this camper was designed by Dormobile, a coachbuilder with its roots in the harness manufacturing industry. This is an early model with two split front windows and is extremely rare and valuable.

    1958 Bedford CA Dormobile

    Model year: 1958

    Mileage: -

  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier

    This car symbolizes the 60's van life. The exterior is all painted beige to match the American Racing 14inch wheels and external muffler. The transmission is a 4-speed floor-mounted transmission. The engine is also equipped with a Chevrolet engine with high availability of parts.

    1963 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier

    Model year: 1963

    Mileage: 99,464mi

  • 1965 Ford Econoline Falcon

    A full-size van representative of the 1960s, built on the frame of the "Falcon." Its most distinctive feature is the aluminum travel top that opens into an arch. When unfolded, it has a rounded silhouette. It is in good condition and highly original.

    1965 Ford Econoline Falcon

    Model year: 1965

    Mileage: -

  • 1972 Dodge Explorer

    This is a full-scale camper that combines Dodge's M-series chassis with a body created by Australian chassis manufacturer Explorer Motor Homes Corp. The interior is spacious enough to accommodate four or five people, and all kinds of renovations are possible.

    1972 Dodge Explorer

    Model year: 1972

    Mileage: 3,105mi

  • 1973 Winnebago Brave 18

    A classic camper manufactured in 1973 by Winnebago, a long-established manufacturer that continues to produce motorhouses in the United States. The "Brave 18" grade was relatively compact among the authentic campers of the time. The interior is preserved in the same condition as it was used in the U.S. at the time, which is its greatest feature.

    1973 Winnebago Brave 18

    Model year: 1973

    Mileage: 91,952mi

  • 1972 Sportscoach

    The Chevrolet Sport Coach is a full-size camper that is one of the largest campers available. While the exterior is original, the interior has been extensively redone and is equipped with a refrigerator and microwave oven, in addition to an external generator. A spacious sink kitchen allows for authentic cooking.

    1972 Sportscoach

    Model year: 1972

    Mileage: 6,511mi

  • 1969 Ford Econoline Club Wagon

    This is the second generation of the Econoline, the 123-inch grade with the longest wheelbase. The exterior is a full-fledged camping spec vehicle equipped with a pop-up roof that unfolds horizontally. Despite its classic design, the vehicle is practical enough to be driven by itself when exhibited at events.

    1969 Ford Econoline Club Wagon

    Model year: 1969

    Mileage: 29,774mi

  • 1984 AMC Eagle Wagon

    [Eagle] is one of [AMC's] representative models that combines innovative mechanisms and excellent design, and is the top-of-the-line 1984 [Limited] model. In addition to the optional part-time 4WD, the engine has been converted to a multi-spark ignition system for superior practicality.

    1984 AMC Eagle Wagon

    Model year: 1984

    Mileage: 12,119mi

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Collection Car Auction details

Auction period January 16 (Mon) 11:00 am to January 22 (Sun) 8:00 pm [JST]'
Target exhibition products
  • 1977 Toyota Toyoace RY10-P Barracuda
  • 1973 Mazda Kraft Truck DUC9
  • Honda Vamos
  • 1979 Toyota Townace E-TR15G
  • 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser Troop Carrier 47
  • 1958 Bedford CA Dormobile
  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier
  • 1965 Ford Econoline Falcon
  • 1972 Dodge Explorer
  • 1973 Winnebago Brave 18
  • 1972 Sportscoach
  • 1969 Ford Econoline Club Wagon
  • 1984 AMC Eagle Wagon
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