The Corolla platform has always been very popular among teens and young petrolheads as a gateway to the world of project cars. Why wouldn’t it be though? Corollas, doesn’t matter what age or how brutally abused, are and will always be the most reliable, cheap and easy to maintain platform for building project cars and literally any body part needed to be replaced can be sourced to the nearest bolt. As Toyota has moved to a front wheel drive layout from the E80 Corolla, the E70 Corolla has been one of the last generation of Corollas to have all its power from the tiny 1.6L engine transferred to the rear wheels. This probably is what made Mahir Zawad have a soft corner for a 1982 Toyota Corolla E70.