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1979 Toyota Corolla Overview
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With the 1979 Corolla, Toyota introduced a new, more sophisticated chassis. All Corollas but the wagon got a new, more modern suspension, and the body was restyled to look boxier, which was in keeping with the fashion of the era.
The 1979 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 came as a standard or SR5, and the sports coupe came as a SR5. The wagon came as a standard or DX. The liftback came as a standard and SR5. The Corolla got a bigger engine for 1979: a 75-horsepower, 1.8-liter four cylinder.
Drivers of the 1979 Toyota Corolla mostly like it for its reliability and the fact that it is inexpensive to maintain. Its small size makes it easy to parallel park. However, 1979 Toyota Corollas are prone to rust, and some complain that the upholstery has not held up over the years.
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Toyota Corolla Questions
How To Install A Front Grill On A 1979 Toyota Corolla
Toyota Corolla 1979 Suspension
hey i currently have a 1979 corolla but im having suspension problems. the car has no stability, like boat in water. it rolls and pitches like a pig. im looking to upgrade suspension, its currently st...
I Am Have A Hard Time Finding A Water Pump To Fix My 79 Corolla. I Have Pur...
I have purchased three. The front circular part of the water pump does not align with the bolt pattern holes in my fan belt pulley and cooling fan clutch. Its really driving crazy. Help!!
Where Can I Get Front And Rear Bumper For A 1979 Toyota Corolla
We replaced all the pads, rotors and calipers and the front passenger side keeps grabbing faster than the drivers side, causing the car to jerk to the right whenever brake. When we bleed it the ped...