Toyota Gazoo Racing to reproduce parts for the AE86, too

Colin
By Colin Wood
Nov 1, 2021 | Toyota, Gazoo Racing, AE86, GR Heritage Parts Pogram

The best way to keep old cars on the road? When the manufacturer itself offers reproduction parts to help accomplish that goal.

Toyota Gazoo Racing announced today that it has expanded the GR Heritage Parts Program–which already reproduces a number of spare parts for the A70 and A80 Supra, 40 Series Land Cruiser and 2000GT–to include the AE86 Corolla.

[Toyota AE86 Corolla GT-S | Vintage Views]

From November 1, as and when preparations are complete, TGR will gradually make reproduced parts available for purchase at Toyota dealers, in the same way as normal genuine parts. However, the reproduced parts will only be produced for a limited period with the special cooperation of its suppliers; for this reason, after their production periods have ended, each reproduced part will only be available for purchase for as long as stocks last.

Rear brake calipers and steering knuckle arms are ready for sale starting today, November 1, with rear driveshafts set to become available December 1.

For more information about the reproduction parts or the GR Heritage Parts Program, visit toyotagazooracing.com/gr/heritage.

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CrustyRedXpress
CrustyRedXpress GRM+ Memberand HalfDork
11/1/21 12:01 p.m.

Love to see more manufacturers doing this and offering a wider range of parts. 

Junghole
Junghole SuperDork
11/1/21 1:06 p.m.

Will they be offering engines? Because these parts are useless unless you A) find a 4age, B) find a 4age block and head that is not scrap metal, C) find an AE86 chassis that doesn't look like it bathed in salt water. 

Matt B (fs)
Matt B (fs) UltraDork
11/1/21 1:09 p.m.

I'm now wondering how many parts they'll offer from the bin that are shared with the mk1 mr2...

edit - Nevermind. They're only selling like 3 parts (the ones pictured).  One of which we easily get from most parts stores.  Le sigh.

Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
11/1/21 1:49 p.m.

The way I see it, the Heritage Parts program looks to be an ever-evolving program that's going to rely heavily on what the market demands–meaning if you know someone who has an AE86, make them go and fill out this form and demand for crate engines. wink

Junghole
Junghole SuperDork
11/1/21 3:32 p.m.

In reply to Colin Wood :

Done!

GameboyRMH
GameboyRMH GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
11/1/21 4:29 p.m.
Junghole said:

Will they be offering engines? Because these parts are useless unless you A) find a 4age, B) find a 4age block and head that is not scrap metal, C) find an AE86 chassis that doesn't look like it bathed in salt water. 

Yep, people with 4AGE-powered cars are just hoarding the last major 4AGE parts. From what I could find, the crank I put in mine a few years ago was the only one in good condition available in the western hemisphere at the time.

Had a look at the form but AE92 owners aren't eligible sad

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