Toyota GT86 at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Build your own retro-livery Toyota GT86

Based on how delighted we were with our fleet of retro-liveried Toyota GT86 racers, we hoped public reaction to them at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed would be positive as well. But we were still blown away by everybody’s response.

News of their existence spread internationally before the event, and visitors to Goodwood were so eager to get behind the wheel that test-drive bookings in the Moving Motor Show were fully booked within 15 minutes.

Goodwood GT86s

Each of these colourful replicas was kept busy throughout the day, which meant they were among the most seen and photographed vehicles going up the hill. Indeed, having a snapshot of the cars was perhaps the most effective way to study them in a static position. Which gave us an idea…

Seeing as demand out-stripped supply, we decided to redress the balance by giving everybody the opportunity to have their own paper cut-out version of their favourite Toyota GT86. Then you will be able to take part in your own build process, study the car from every angle, and even ‘drive’ it around the dining room table – with or without authentic broom-broom noises.

GT86 cut-out collection

How to build your Toyota GT86

First, download and print the high-resolution PDF of your chosen GT86 using the relevant link below. If you have the facility to print the file on A3 paper, this will make the building a little less fiddly.

Using scissors, separate each of the three main sections and each of the four tyre tracks from the grey background, being especially careful not to cut off the tabs. Fold and glue these tabs so they adhere to the underside of the adjacent panel – doing so will pull the car into the three-dimensional shape that should resemble a Toyota GT86.

Links to high-resolution PDF documents:

 

Yatabe Speed Trial Toyota 2000GT
Shelby Toyota 2000GT
Ove Andersson’s Toyota Celica 1600GT
IMSA GTU Toyota Celica
Castrol Toyota Celica GT-Four
Esso Ultron Tiger Toyota Supra

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