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15 Comments on "1967 Toyota 2000GT: A Generational Gift"
From a storytelling standpoint, it’s kind of odd that it’s a gift for the father and he’s never shown driving it.
I take your point, but somehow it doesn’t bother me. He may be camera shy or have health difficulties. The car is on display at the dealership, and acknowledges his prior history with these cars. To me that is enough. Truly, who drives a car as rare and as valuable as this one other than for short intervals to keep the lubricants moving, and on demonstration drives?
I worked for many years for a company located near Annemasse. This video wonderfully blends my passion for cars with my passion for the Haute Savoie region of France. C’est bien fait Petrolicious! Merci!
Excellent story and music. I loved the piano piece at the beginning of the piece. It reminds me of Nils Frohm.
I agree with Robert in LA
You folks are performing a vivid immersing historical capture of a golden age of man and machine. The mechanical/artistic/acoustic/visceral highlights of something wonderful that may well be a shor lived thing. Thanks for letting us enjoy it.
God, such a beauty. Great story as well.
Amazing story and great video! Fun fact my parents purchased a total of 4 cars at the Degeneve dealer all Honda and Toyota.
Tres beau cadeau , Bravo a la fratrie ! J adore et je comprends ( en connaissance de cause) l attachement sentimental lié a une marque , puis le st graal du modèle de SA marque …. Belle histoire .
Amazing story as usual, and one of my favorite cars of all time, I hope one day I’ll be lucky enought to drive one!
I have to have my son see this video! Formidable!!
Petrolicious, the level of access you achieve to these cars and these people is extraordinary. You are systematically documenting all of the great automotive achievements of the 20th century, and many of the most knowledgeable collectors. How and why people maintain these collections is at least as interesting, to me personally, as the cars themselves. Both are stars.
Could not agree more!
Thanks Robert! Very kind of you.
Another great story, and an insanely pretty car. When I was a little kid in Japan, back in the 70s, I spent a lot of time at my uncle’s house. The next door neighbor had a 2000GT and Sport800 parked, both of them silver. They really were the coolest thing around. (The neighbor kept them for a long time, finally disappeared when I was in high school.)
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