Vehicle Description

Over the years, Toyota has forged quite a name for itself by building rock-solid, dependable transportation, but they've also been known to get a little adventurous from time to time, such as in the case of this 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo. Packing serious power under its hood and sporting one of Toyota's boldest, eye-catching designs, this built-up, RHD imported beauty is a very rare find that's been improved upon by some of the best tuner experts in the country. Wow, what a find!

You just don't come across Supras of this era very often, so this one is a welcome sight. It's one very sharp looking ride, featuring hints of European styling in the form of its sharply angled windshield, sloping rear roofline and the functional Ferrari-esque aggressive premium spoiler on the deck lid. With its sleek look and low to the ground stance, it's an undeniable head turner, and with those killer ground effects, front fascia, and hood scoop it looks even more menacing when it's bombing down the road. Its Silver Metallic paint is in good form with only minor signs of use accrued over the 107k actual miles on the clock, and judging from the fresh look of this Toyota's exterior, it's been garage kept it's entire life so you won't find many blemishes as you take a lap around the car. The slick-top Supra is the one that you want, highlighting the beautiful streamlined design of this Japanese treasure. Up front, the trio of bulbs sitting in each headlight bucket provide a great, aggressive look, while in back, the multi-colored taillights sit behind clear lenses just above the clean rear bumper, while the distinctive 3rd brake light and giant exhaust can really make a statement. Even though the body has been tastefully augmented with bolt-on goodies, they resisted further temptation and left off all the decals, striping, and even Anime art work (sorry neck beards!), and the result is a clean sports car you'd be proud to feature in a video game or the next Fast/Furious movie.

The black leather seating and matching carpet matches nicely with the black center console and dash area to make for a great looking driving environment. Both the front buckets with their integrated headrests and the rear bench seat are in very sharp condition, showing minor comfort marks but noting that requires attention. The wrap-around instrument cluster has a very "driver-centric" feel to it, positioning the clear gauges for easy viewing and putting the Pioneer multi-media head-unit (Apple CarPlay & Android Auto compatible) just a short reach away. There's a nice array of features on board, including air conditioning that's blowing strong and cold, a tilt column, cruise control, power door locks, power windows and a factory center console. Driver and passenger side airbags are a welcome safety measure as well, but the most exciting part of the interior of this Supra is the billet and carbon fiber short-throw shifter in the console that manages the built 6-speed manual transmission below. Raise the hatch and you'll find a surprising amount of useful room in the storage area in back, although admittedly it's missing its carpeted insulation at the moment.

The transplanted fuel-injected, 3.0 liter 2JZ-GTE Inline-6 sitting under the hood is a screamer - outfitted with Garrett GT40 turbo and a TiAl 50mm blow-off valve, it's good for plenty of horsepower, far more than enough to rocket this great looking Toyota forward with conviction. Unlike many turbos, this one activates almost instantly, with all of the boost hitting quickly with nary a lag for very strong acceleration. Basically, it's going 0-60 before you have time to clear your throat and yell out a joyous expletive. The engine pairs with a highly desirable, quick-shifting Nissan CDOOA 6-speed manual transmission matched with a Stage 3 clutch to make for a responsive, fully-engrossed driving experience. Handling is definitely another of its fortes - that aggressive spoiler in back creates a substantial amount of downward force that works with the HKS coilovers underneath to keep the car glued to the pavement, and when you factor in its already impressive skidpad results, you have one supremely agile performance car on your hands. And the soundtrack is downright erotic thanks to the Carbon TI exhaust with 4-inch stainless steel pipes and that big can jutting under the rear bumper. Power disc brakes sit at all four corners for quick, dependable stops as it turns heads on its 19" Aimgain G2 rims, wrapped with 245/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear low-profile performance radials.

Lightly travelled and still very much in its prime, this upgraded 1995 Toyota Supra offers the chance to own a powerful, increasingly rare performance car in its ideal configuration. Offered with plenty of receipts to cover all the recent work and performance upgrades, this slick turbo example is one of the more desirable Supras on the market today. Call now!

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1421765
  • Price:$76,995
  • Location:Ft Worth, Texas
  • Year:1995
  • Make:Toyota
  • Model:Supra
  • Exterior Color:Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:107092
  • Stock Number:4423-DFW
  • VIN:JZA800023865