The Supra was a Japanese sports car and grand tourer introduced by
Toyota in 1978. They were named for the Latin words if "above" and
"go beyond" indicating they were taking their sports cars to the
next level. They were originally part of the Celica platform but in
1986 the Celica named branched off and Supra became its own model.
When this occurred Celica became front wheel drive while Supra
remained rear wheel. Late in their life exporting to the US was
halted explaining why you rarely see later models of these in the
states. This 1992 was the last production year for the third
generation and is a nice stock Turbo. It is painted in its original
Red and does have the Targa top that was reserved for only the
Turbos. These allows you to easily change from more of a
convertible to a coupe with ease. The top seals up well and can be
removed by one person. It has the original rear spoiler, rear hatch
back, front chin spoiler, working hideaway headlights and original
16 inch wheels. One of the lower fog lights has been replaced with
an aftermarket one.
Powering the car is its original turbocharged 7M-GTE inline 6 motor
which was the most powerful version available at the time. In fact
these motors were the base of the Turbo A engine which was Japans
fastest vehicle at the time. The car runs well and had the timing
belt changed around 40K-50K miles ago. It has a 5 speed manual
transmission and the car has been driven regularly and as far as a
230 mile round trip.
The interior is done in Black cloth with dual high back bucket
seats. The door panels and dash have a mostly stock layout except
for the aftermarket Kenwood AM/FM/CD/Aux stereo and speakers. It
also has a Pioneer amp and subwoofer. In the rear section there is
a storage space for the painted to match removeable top.
You really don't see a ton of these cars around nowadays. It needs
some things to make it perfect but is a really nice driving stock
Add this unique Japanese Sports Car to your collection for
1992 Toyota Supra
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