But did the builder know what he was doing in dumping that much coin into what’s arguably not the most aggressive or long term investment worthy of buckets into which to piss one’s fortune. This is a fact that even the seller seems to acknowledge, stating in the ad – I understand that it's still just a little econo car and you never get back much of the money you put into these kinds of cars .
Toyota Townace – Toyota sold its cab-forward minivan in the U.S. during the 1980s where it was simply referred to as the Toyota Van. In Japan, however, Toyota sold the van under a number of nameplates and offered a number of options and luxuries not available in North America. The Townace, for example, could be had with a turbo diesel, an electronically controlled suspension, a color TV, skylight roof, and a refrigerator complete with an ice maker. Today, cab-forward minivans are still common in Japan and other markets.