TOCAU :: Annual Show n Shine, Brighton Toyota
With a great venue and some not so fantastic weather, the annual Toyota Owners Club Australia
show n shine was about to begin. Assembled within the service bay of Brighton Toyota, many cars quickly took their spots and in no time the area was full.
With a good mix of old and new, this ZR corolla really shows that new cars can look great if they’re done right.
A strong variety of cars was out on display.
There was so much shine! It hurt my eyes! This is the cleanest Supra engine bay I have seen in Victoria.
From one extreme to the next! A totally original and almost untouched engine bay, with cool old-school stickers!
One tough Ae92, sitting at the perfect ride height.
As we have said before on gss, ‘nicest looking Camry in Victoria!’, as you can see, everything about this car screams class!
And here’s omething you don’t see everyday! Once upon a time this Corolla was everywhere just like the Datsun 180b.
The interior was immaculate, only a true Toyota enthusiast could keep a car such as this in top condition.
I love the little details that good quality wheels exhibit.
A very fap-worthy 20v 4AGE, probably one of the most popular engine swaps for the Ae86 and with good reason.
One very lucky P plater, with a ridiculously good paint job.
Slammed Ruckus, dragging an angry bird!
Big seats for a big car! If only all Toyota Crowns looked this good.
It is a pity that we do not get the newer Crowns here in Australia, at least this fifth generation Crown is flying the flag for the rest of them.
Another good looking ZR Corolla!
Corollas dominated the show! This older Seca sitting next to its closest relative…
These Camry’s have so much potential and not many people have the vision to take them to this level.
The crowd assembles for trophy time!
Best interior winner!
Even the organisers were winning awards!
My favourite ZR of the show! This car used to run the trd wheels but I think these look even better.
With all the money invested under the bonnet, this Supra becomes a nice daily and an unexpected sleeper.
The only is200/rs200 of the show, sporting some nicely worn plates and a beams 3sge engine.
It’s great to see the club registered cars out at the show and shine. This E30 corolla wagon is just another fantastic example of a well maintained classic.
Its good to see one of our more rare stickers out and about.
Nothing speaks volumes like dyno charts, proof that these vehicles are not just show ponies.
A very kermit green Corolla, sitting in one of the best positions of the show.
Most likely to receive a kenari award winner! It was evident that these Toyota fans put a lot of effort and time into organising such a terrific event. Having great sponsors and strong passion for Toyota’s helps to create and continue creating amazing club events like these. We here at GSS see this scene growing and cannot wait to see what will be on show next year.
More info and other club events can be found here Toyota Owners Club Australia Events
Thanks for looking,