This 1995 Toyota Supra looks sleek in the pictures because it has
been respected from day one. So as you look over everything from
the loaded interior to the super clean undercarriage, you'll soon
discover what a modern classic sports machine really has to
We know there's a new Supra on the way, and so it's time to pick up the previous edition before the prices really take off. There is no better way to celebrate the latest Supra to reach classic status than with one that has been so well preserved. This is one of the best-looking cars ever to come out of Japan. It's distantly Asian in its slippery design, but with much more premium feeling than other cars that crossed the Pacific. So to have the factory-correct black looking super slippery is an instant attention-grabber. Plus, when the body still has precision gaps, the alloys are bright, and the headlights are still crystal clear, you know someone treated this Supra with the same respect you would.
When you open the door, you immediately understand why this was the best Supra to date. The interior is fully focused on the driver. The steering wheel is at the perfect height, the gear stick is exactly where you want to rest your hand, and the gauges feature the tach in the middle for a true performance-oriented setup. The leather seats look terrific, and the driver's one has the perfect amount of modern bolstering to hug you when the road gets twisty. While this fully envelops you, the Toyota engineers expertly worked to make sure that it was luxurious without being distracting. You have features like cold air conditioning, power windows, power locks, electric rear defogger, power steering, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo system. Plus, it's great on long trips with cruise control and the four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive. A modern classic also means modern safety features like dual air bags and anti-lock brakes.
The 3.0-liter twin cam straight 6-cylinder is truly a marvelous motor. With around 220 horsepower on tap, this fuel-injected, multi-valve power plant loves to rev, and it makes a wonderful guttural growl at full throttle. This drive train proved to be virtually indestructible in the real world, and while they respond well to modifications, this motor remains completely stock. In fact, part of the appeal of a sports car like this is finding one that has been treated to regular maintenance like this. So now you know it fires up as reliability and has the same everyday usability as any other Toyota. But the moment you feel like hitting the open road, the fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes remind you instantly how the Supra has earned its superior sports car reputation.
Complete with owner's manual and maintenance records, this new class of modern classic is the perfect mix of nostalgia with the kind of features you love in new cars today. It's rare to find a Supra that offers all of this in such a well-preserved package. Call now!
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