August 30, the quirky and passionate Toyota crowd came out to Griot’s Garage for the 5th annual Puget Sound Toyota Owners Festival hosted by PSTOC. Over 150 cars swung by, representing everything in the Toyota family! The event was also a Toys for Tots fundraiser that filled the entire bed of a pickup with new toys for less fortunate kids.
The pumpkin Starlet is not only ledgendary, it's an icon!
Mark III Supra, dressed to the nines and licensed to kill on and off the track!
Chef Gabi Wilson came out to take care of all the hungry spectators and keep the hard working PSTOC crew happy.
MC (and InMyGarage writer) Dustin Wilson has some fun with game contestants in the hot tub!
Ultra-rare and concours-clean Chinook camper.
Rare FJ-45 drove all the way from British Columbia to hang out in the sun.
A pair of j-tin Corollas were well loved examples of classic Japanese styling.
Racewearclothing.com's ST165 Celica All-Trac proves Toyota cars can play in the dirt too!
1, 2, 3, 4 gerbils and a really big intake… huh, so that's how Scion's get such good gas mileage.
Not pictured, the equally long line of quivering cars and rocks about to get crawled over!
If cars could talk, this vintage Corolla would be snarling and growling as it chews up the track.
FEAR Racing was represented by two of their AWESOME Stinger figure 8 cars. They were even using Speed Shine to clean the fear off their bumpers.
MR2 stands for "Midship Runabout 2-seater" and was tested extensively by Dan Gurney before being released to the public.
AE86 Corolla, one of the jewels in the collector's crown. This one was immaculate.
This VIP-styled Aristo was relaxing and laying low for awhile.
Stretched tires, HUGE lip, perfect paint…what more could you ask for?
All photos courtesy of Randy Schell