The 1989 Toyota Supra was a generation prior to the penultimate Supra gestation, but it still has its fans. This blanco-respray with a removable roof has had its asking price covered with making tape. If only they had used more of that when painting it.
Here we are on our favorite curb-side car lot, checking out a targa roof Supra turbo. Eighty nine was a refresh year for the mark III Supra, and the car received new tail lights, a re-shaped front bumper and some other updates that only a rabid Supra-lover would notice. The engine is the 7MGTE 2,954-cc straight six with Toyota’s ubiquitous CT26 turbocharger, which can also be found over the shoulder of many an MR2 driver. A nice find on the inside is a five-speed stick and three pedals, where you might to expect an auto.
The paint job on this car looks to be the work of the Earl of Scheib, and even though poorly done, it at least gets points for thoroughness, as the side trim, badges got the treatment as well. The rims are flaky-flaky and there’s some rough spots on the hood and tail that you’d want to address before the rust monster takes hold.
Since the seller is being all mysterious about his asking price, what would you pay for this turbo’d toy?
Streetwalker: White on Rice Supra Masks Its Price
Are you saying that the turbo was used in MR-2's? Because there never was a six-cylinder MR-2.Loading…
Call me crazy, but I kinda like these more than the Mk. IVs. But I'm also tempted to say the Mk. II is cooler still…Loading…
Omg.. I LOVE Kim.. She’s soo beautiful/Loading…