The 4 Toyota Corolla 86s

Let’s take a look at four beautiful and unique Toyota Corollas built by my good friend Hanzel!

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First up is the Rally Levin. Based on the Aoshima Late Version kit with added goodies such as fog lamps at the front, Aoshima TE37 Gravels and a suitable Recaro Bucket seat for the driver.

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Hanzel told me these kits don’t need much in the way of modifications to make them look good, this didn’t stop him however.

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Adding to the already great lines of the car, he made a subtle front lip and matching rear spoiler. Hanzel also said if he was ever to own a real Levin, it would be identical to this!

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Moving on to the second Corolla now, the Aoshima Car Boutique Trueno.

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This car has had extensive modifications that could be missed at first glance. These modifications include a custom front bumper with removed side vents and reshaping the lower half to give it a simpler and more aggressive look.

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The TE37 Gravel wheels were also enhanced with a Fujimi lip.

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Over half way now taking a look at Trueno number two.

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This model in particular got Hanzel hooked on the 86 chassis and its versatility.

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He went for a simple build with the popular black bumper look that always works well with these cars.

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Hanzel lowered the car by removing the included springs in the kit over some beautifully painted 13” Aoshima Advan wheels with stretched rubber.

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Last but by no means least, we have the amazing Itasha style Levin!

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The decals were all custom made by Hanzel himself from the anime series “Neon Genesis Evangelion”.

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With the exception of the Fujimi OZ wheels and aftermarket seat belt harnesses, the car remains stock.

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Aoshima themselves took notice of the incredible work that went into this model and it was awarded 2nd place in the Modified Category at the Aoshima Summer Cup!

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What a fantastic group of Corollas from Hanzel, a massive thank you to him for providing the images and the comprehensive info regarding each build!

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