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    1974 Tom's Co. Ltd. was founded by Nobuhide Tachi, a former Toyota works driver and Kiyoshi Oiwa, who was engaged in sales of performance accessories for motor sports at a Toyota dealership.
    Although it was the time when the storm of the depression of an oil crisis is blowing violently at this time, they were the incorporation procedures which paid their attention to the possibilities of motor sports with healthy development of motorization.
    The capital is 2 million yen.
    The name of TOM'S comes from Tachi Oiwa Motor Sport.
TOM'S,Inc. establishment
Immediately started racing activities after set up of the company with the support of Toyota Motor Corporation.
74.10.10. Fuji Gran Chanpionseries/Masters250km Race
1974

Officially recognized as a "ToyotaTuning Shop".
1975


Opend new garage in Tama district of Tokyo.
A establishment Original Galage
1978 1978 Marketed very first Tom's original "# design" wheel "Tom's Rally".
1978Release."TOM'S Rally"

1980 Marketed 1750cc kit for 2T-G, later turned into a 2 liter kit.

Increased the capital share from JYE2.0 Million to 10.0 Million.
Finishing 6th in the Japan round of the World Endurance Championship with the very first Japanese-made Group C car: "Tom's Celica C"
1982

Opened new head office in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, expanding sales business.
Opened new racing garage in Gotemba, Shizuoka Pref.
1983

Established "Tom's GB Ltd." in Norfolk, England to serve as its European activity base, with the same objective as its Japanese operation; racing activities and the sales of parts and accessories.
Entered the All Japan championship under the name "Toyota Team Tom's" as the Toyota Motor Corporation works team
Finished 1-2 in the Macau F3 Grand Prix
1987
1987
Marketed 3.1 liter kit for 5M-G.

British F3 Championship, Series Champion acquisition
1988
1988 Introduced complete car "C5 SOARER" for #20 SOARER and "C5 SUPRA" for #70 SUPRA.
1988Release "C5 SOARER"

Started construction of its new "state of the art" racing facility for Tom?s GB Ltd.
1990

Increased the capital share from JYE10.0 Million to 50.0 Million
Installed flat bed for racing activities.
All Japan F3 Championship Series Champion driven by Paulo Carcasci.
1991

2nd overall in the Le Mans 24 Hours in the Toyota TS010, driven by Masanori Sekiya/P.H. Raphanel/K. Acheson
First win from a Japanese manufacturer in the Monza round of the World Sports Car Championship in the Toyota TS010, driven by G. Lees/Hitoshi Ogawa.
Started selling self-developed Formula 3 racing cars as a constructor in addition to its Formula 3 engine supply business.
1992

Started to Enter the Internitional F3000 Championship and All Japan F3000 Championship. Enter the "du mans 24hours" in France by Toyota TS010.
All Japan F3 Championship Series Champion driven by Tom Kristensen.
1993
1993 Tom's wheel have been officially recognized as genuine option parts for CELICA, COROLLA, and LEVIN models by Toyota Motor Corporation.

All Japan Touring Car Championship Series Champion in the Toyota Corona, driven by Masanori Sekiya.
All Japan F3 Championship Series Champion driven by Michel Krumm.
The garage in Nishitama is abolished and it unifies with the head office.
The 20th anniversary of foundation is celebrated.

1994
1994 Announced full originalcar "Tom's Angel T01" and 20th anniversary comlete car "T20LMS" at Tokyo Auto Salon Show.
TOM'S Angel T01

Enter the?All Japan GT Championship series.
All Japan F3 Championship Series Champion driven by Pedro de la Rosa.
1995 Introduced lightweight complete cars including:"T101""T082"and" T020".
TOM'S T101

Macau GP Guia race, overall win.

1996

Tom's products officially sold at all Toyota dealers throughout Japan.

All Japan GT Championship, first Toyota car Series Champion
Enter the All Japan Super Touringcar Race by Toyota Chaser.
All Japan F3 Championship Series Champion driven by Tom Coronnel.
1997

All Japan Touring Car Championship Series Champion in the Toyota Chaser, driven by Masanori Sekiya
All Japan F3 Championship Series Champion driven by Peter Dumbreck.
F3 Macau GP winner, Peter Dumbreck.
1998 1998 Introduced Tom's original "Advox" coil-damper unit.
Sold a limited production run of 50 "Tom's ARISTO" cars, with the collaboration of Netz Tama.
Awarded the Best Accessory Grand Prix on self-developed "Advox" original coil damper unit.

All Japan F3 Championship series, Series Champion, driven by Darren Manning.
All Japan GT Championship series, Team Series champion.
F3 Macau GP & Korea SP, the very first perfect win in the history, Darren Manning.
1999 1999 Developed Tom's version "280T" ALTEZZA with Team Netz (9 Netz Toyota dealers) and completely sold out all 100 cars in one day.

Enter the All Japan GT Championship series.
Enter the All Japan F3 Championship series.
Masanori Sekiya voluntary retirement which played an active part as a face of TOM'S.
2000
2000 Sold limited production run of 200 units of "VA300TOM'S" comleted car, assembled on Toyota Motor Corporation's production line. It sells out in two months.

Enter the All Japan F3 Championship series.
Enter the All Japan GT Championship series.
2002 Selected as one of T-TUNE selection of Toyota Motor Corporation and sold at Toyota dealers all over Japan
Tom's modified "F070 CELSIOR GT" and "Z382 SOARER" officially displayed in the Toyota Motor Corporation booth at Tokyo Auto Salon show.
2002.1Tokyo Auto Salon

Introduced limited version of "V300 Tom's" and "VA300 Tom's Version"

Enter the All Japan F3 Championship series, Series Champion driven by James Courtney.
Enter the All Japan GT Championship series.

2003
2003 Introduced hyper compressor kit for CELSIOR and SOARER
Introduced Tom's Version CROWN ATHLETE, concurrent with new model debut


SUPER GT Campion in the LEXUS SC430
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2006 Customizing part sales beginning for Lexus
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