Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this breathtaking 1989
Toyota Supra Turbo. The 1980s were a formative time for Japanese
automakers. While strong headway was made in the compact family
sedan market, Toyota was flush with resources and invested in a
revolutionary new Supra. The new Supra was a showcase of automotive
technology and the design was visually striking and futuristic as
an 80s car should be. This 1987 example is looking sharply dressed
in it's white paint. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice
nice details like the rear deck spoiler and shadow line trim that
wraps around the entire car. The body lines and stance of this car
has all they style you'd expect from a GT car. The interior is
designed like a cockpit with all the driver's controls
ergonomically placed and bucket seats with a multitude of
electronic adjustments. Under the hood is a turbocharged 3.0 Liter
inline 6 and is paired with a 4 speed automatic transmission. Spool
up the turbo and imagine how this car can get up and go! If you're
looking for a sharp example of Toyota's most iconic sports car this
is the one you want to own! Options include AC, AM/FM radio, cruise
control, power steering, power locks, power seats, power windows,
tilt wheel, power mirrors, seat belts, cloth interior and alloy
wheels wrapped in radial tires.
1987 Toyota Supra
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