Hi, I've just bought a 1978 Blue Toyota HiAce. I just wondered if anyone else had one and what they thought about it.
Under powered and as mines coachbuilt and heavy ... very thirsty... worthwhile getting a gas conversion.. Very Hard to get body parts although mechanicals for 12R engine easy to get
if anybody knows where i could get hold of a drivers side door for my van would be very grateful thanks
I would also like what it's like to own an early hiace camper, I'm just in the process of cosidering buying a 1975 camper. What is the spares avilabililty like?
Hi there i bought a Hiace to and i am coverting it into a campervan, but at the moment i'm only rstoring te vehicle.
You are a liar! The van could not manage more that 55 mph and that was downhill the van slowed right to 25mph on the motorway on the way home when going uphill - it was backfiring and cutting out! We are not at all pleased with your representation of the vans reliability after you said you had driven it over the snake pass earlier that day without any problems!
i need brake cylinders for my toyta hiace 1976 and 2 doors can any one help or were do i get the parts tryed dealers and thay need chasey number i have only no the one on the door do any one no were thr number is thanks
hi,just bought a 74,when you open the engine cover, there is a chassis number stamped at the back on the body. don't know if that helps!
The hiace in uk had the same cylinders from early 70s to 79 even the front were drums .. Only very few had front discs..
Should be no problem .. you can even get them on E bay .. Hi lux of same age has the same cylinders.
Or go to toyota get the part number then try the local parts supplier
This is related to the engine not the door. You will need a scrap yard or motorhome/caravan breakers. I dont know why they would need your chassis number just the make and model and year should suffice.
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