1936 Toyota Model AA

The Toyota Model AA is a car produced by Toyota from 1936 to 1943. It was the company’s first passenger car, and was introduced at a time when Japan’s automotive industry was still in its infancy.

The Model AA was powered by a 3.4-liter inline-six engine that produced 62 horsepower. It had a top speed of around 100 km/h (62 mph), and featured a four-speed manual transmission. The car was also equipped with independent front suspension, which was a fairly advanced feature for its time.

Although it wasn’t a particularly large vehicle, the Model AA was well-appointed and featured a number of modern amenities such as a heater, defroster, and adjustable driver’s seat. It was also available in a variety of body styles, including sedan, convertible, and limousine.

The Model AA is considered to be an important vehicle in Toyota’s history, as it helped establish the company as a manufacturer of quality automobiles. Toyota produced approximately 1,400 units of the Model AA before production ceased during World War II. Today, surviving examples of the car are highly prized by collectors, and it remains a symbol of Toyota’s early success in the automotive industry.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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