How to drive a Toyota Corolla 2000 model from California to Nevada
A 2008 Toyota Corollas has been restored to original glory by an avid collector in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to his son, Jeff.
The car, dubbed the Toyota CoroLLA 2000, was a gift from Jeff to his wife, Katie, who was in California to visit her mother, a nurse, and her brother-in-law.
The Corolla is one of several that Jeff has restored over the years, and his collection includes some of the most beloved cars of the past 25 years.
In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Jeff said the car was a toy for his mother, who had grown up in Southern California.
The Toyota Corora 2000 is one model that he restored, he said.
He’s restored many cars and vehicles, including the Honda Fit and Nissan GT-R, and says he wants to do more.
Jeff has restored many Corolla models since his first one was restored in 2007.
He said he has worked on many Corollans, including a Corolla with an estimated $8.5 million in cash, and a 2009 Corolla that sold for $2.2 million.
The original model, which was built by Toyota of Japan in 1964, was the only Toyota car that was produced with a four-speed manual transmission.
Jeff said the Corolla, built to a specifications that would be acceptable for its time, had a 6.2-liter V8 engine.
The Corolla’s original paint job was a bright orange.
Jeff also restored a 2010 Corolla to a pristine condition.
It had only 10,000 miles on the odometer, and he has only seen about 1,000 in person.
The first Corolla sold in 2008 for $6,500.
The car is now for sale on eBay for $10,000.
Jeff hopes to restore another car to a level that the CoroELLA 2000 could be.
He has several other Corolla models to restore.