I'm guessing this is a brochure printed in early '73 for the first generation Celica. There is a litho mark with a "72" and a "73" inside this 8-page, 11 3/4 x 9 1/2 inch marketing piece. There are only extended front bumper guards on this version which also points to an early '73. I think the bumpers were moved out on the ones built after Jan. 1. Still, this is a very desirable early sports coupe, pillarless at that! I remember when they first came out and were considered very well equipped for the money. The interior photos say it all. This folder didn't quite fit on my scanner, but you get the idea that this was a Japanese Mustang in concept, perhaps 7/8 size in production. It also competed with the original Capri imported for Mercury.
I never cared for the tape stripe on the front fenders and door, but the shape of this Celica is sexy! The detailing like the air vents on the C pillar is really finely honed.