The Toyota LiteAce is a series of light commercial and similar vehicles produced since 1970 and manufactured by Toyota until 2007 when Daihatsu took over production. The vehicles are known by different names under different manufacturers and in different countries. The R20 series LiteAce, produced from 1982 to 1991, was introduced due to the growing popularity of one-box vehicles, featuring a sharply raked front and many of its mechanicals based on the Toyota Hilux. The R20 series LiteAce was variously named the Van in the United States, Space Cruiser in the United Kingdom, Tarago in Australia and the MasterAce Surf and Model F in other territories. Export sales were halted somewhat in 1990 due to the introduction of the Toyota Previa.
This casting replicates a highly modified 1986 Toyota R20-series LiteAce with lengthened bumpers and widened fenders among other modifications.
The 1986 Toyota Van has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|Metalflake dark red||Detailed taillamps, black, red and yellow "speed lines", rear trim, "TOYOTA" trim and Hot Wheels license plate on tailgate||Metalflake gray / Plastic||Smoke tint||Metalflake gray||AeroDisc||HCT15||Malaysia||New Model
Base code(s): R10
From the back of the 2022 card:
Born: 1986, Japan
A popular, compact travel van, this family-friendly vehicle can turn on a dime. Travel with all the car comforts for any road adventure.