As we kept tabs on the RR of the Week polling over the weekend, our assumptions about the '71 Celica's dominance were confirmed. In hindsight, it seems like a no-brainer. Take a beautifully sculpted cult favorite, throw in an intelligent assortment of suspension and safety goodies, and then toss the proverbial cherry on top, in the form of an F20C yanked from a Honda S2000. It's undeniably a thing of beauty and a well-deserved win against some trick competition.

Congrats to Koich and all his friends that made it possible!



On a minor housekeeping note: we'll be foregoing our normal RR of the Day posts this week and instead focus on setting up polling for our RR of the Year. That's right. We're going to pit all of 2006's RR of the Week winners against each other in a poll to see what vehicle will be crowned Autoblog's Reader Ride of the Year. Expect polling to begin later this week and last through December 31st. As always, if you'd like to see your own ride featured in our RR of the Week, be sure to follow the directions after the jump and submit your vehicle to our Flickr group. Remember, we're not looking for the wildest show car or the cleanest, ground-up restoration, we want to see what serious enthusiasts have in their garage, no matter how mundane. Bring it and lets start the New Year off right!

How to submit to RR of the Day:
Create a
Flickr account if you don't already have one. Search for and join the group called 'Autoblog RR of the Day'. Upload up to three photos of your ride to your own account at a size no larger than 450 pixels wide if possible and include as much information about it and yourself as possible. Even if your ride is sweet, it will not be chosen if there's not a lot of info accompanying it. Click on each photo and just above the picture it will say "Send to group". Click that and select the Autoblog group. You're done, that's it!

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