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Toyota Supra with 7k miles sells for 121k

mde8965

TJ Enthusiast
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Ridiculous. I mean back in 1994, those were fast, high tech, well designed vehicles. But by today's standards, those are very "meh". I know same could be said about classic and muscle cars, but they are so different than the new cars today. The supra isnt much different than any number of cars, including Lexus, etc.

I prefer the MKIII supra (87-92 I believe). You do not see many of them on the road any more, as they were over engineered expensive cars to buy new that were plagued with all sorts of engine and electrical gremlins. I had a 90 model (non turbo - targa - white with white trim and white wheels) that I spent a mount of money fixing up after the PO completely neglected it. And after all was said and done the head gasket blew for a 2nd time in two years and I dumped it. Loss my ass on that one. But those can be bought cheap, and if you know how to work on them (I didnt at the time), can be fixed up into something nice for 10k. I think the non turbo has 190hp, the turbo had 232 or something like that LOL.
 

mots

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Crazy. I had the competing Nissan 300zx (Z32) back some 20+ years ago. I always liked the lines of the 300zx better than the Supra, but the Supras always held their value better (more rare I believe).