In auto shows, you get to see one every year. Out in the wild though, it's a different story. Last time I saw one out in the wild was last year. A friend bought it secretly because he totaled his Civic a few months before that. It was rusty, leaky and had a lot of holes. He thought his parents would never get him a car again but his luck turned and got a new car eventually. He eventually sold the Celica to a restorer. The car was named Victoria. Why? Because it was a secret (from his parents). I haven't seen a TA22 since then
When was the last time you saw a Yutivo? Brief History of Yutivo: They used to manufacture and distribute GM vehicles in the country. If I'm not mistaken, it was run by local racing legend Yu Beng Tek.
This is a mid-70's Chevy Malibu built/distributed by Yutivo
Picture from MuscleCarsPH. Check out their forum. You'll be surprised just how colourful the country's car history is. We had pretty rocking motors back in the day