Auction Block: 1969 Toyota 2000GT MF12L

Aug 5, 2019

Category: Rides

In the world of Japanese automobiles, the Toyota 2000GT is considered one of the finest cars ever to hit the pavement. And while any trim of this classic four-wheeler is going to be a desirable one, the scarcer they are, the more we find ourselves wanting to get behind the wheel. And that makes this ultra-rare 1969 Toyota 2000GT MF12L one of the most drool-worthy ever.

Beyond its immaculately-kept appearance — including a near-perfect exterior, gorgeous cabin, and an engine bay so clean you could eat off of it — this Japanese vehicle has some pretty big things going for it. For starters, it’s one of just two models that came with an automatic transmission. While purists might decry a non-manual, it does make it rarer and easier to drive. It’s also still equipped with its original 2.3L Type 2M-B engine, which is still very much in working condition. But the best part of this particular ride is that only nine MF12L-trim 2000GTs were ever made — making this perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime chance to snatch one up. It hits the BH Auction Tokyo Terrada auction block starting Saturday, September 7th.

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