1976 Toyota Corolla Overview

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Fantastic - Too Bad Toyota Stopped Making That Style. by MrToad
 — My first car - a blue slantback 2-door E/5 with a white vinyl roof panel. Had a terrific, smooth 5-speed transmission, comfortable bucket seats, handled beautifully, very peppy with the 1.6L engine a... Read More
1976 Toyota Corolla by Stephen
 — The car was originally an automatic vehicle with a 1600cc engine. When I received the car it was a bare shell which was a good thing as I can build it to suit my needs. What I liked is the rear suspen... Read More
Fun While It Lasted. by Badger
 — I bought my red/orange ext. white int. SR5 with a narrow "Starsky and Hutch" white strip used in 1979. It was a blast to drive especially after putting fat bias ply tires on it and lowering the front ... Read More

1976 Toyota Corolla Overview

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1976 Toyota Corolla

Most of the existing Corollas remained the same for 1976, with the exception of the sports coupe, which was redesigned to look sportier and to set it apart from the rest of the Corolla lineup. Sharing its front-end styling was a new three-door liftback.

The 1976 Toyota Corolla came in many body styles with several trim levels. The two- and four-door sedan came as a standard, DX or E5. The hardtop coupe and sports coupe came as a standard or a SR5. The wagon came as a standard or DX. The liftback came as a standard and SR5. All came with a 1.6-liter engine, except for the two-door sedan, which came with a 1.2-liter engine.

With the introduction of the liftback and the restyling of the coupe, Toyota gave consumers some sporty options that were much more affordable than the Celica, Toyota's other sports model.

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4age Swap

check it out this is my 76 rolla i bought for $200 found a used 4age and t-50 tranny will post pics soon in the mean time let know ideas or comments...

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What Were The Colors Of The Corollas?

1976 toyota corolla 2-door carmel colored interior I am trying to dtermine if the color is orginal or has been repainted. Yhe color is yellow.

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