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Well almost, id prefer a newer body supra but this one gets the job done.
Technology wise it was light years ahead of other cars in its category.
The car itself:
1987 Toyota Supra Turbo
5-speed
power everything windows,locks,cruise control, seats, mirrors
Leather seats
anti-lock brakes, LSD, and headlight washer squirters :rofl:
3.0liter inline 6 with a ct-26 turbo
230 hp 245 lb/ft
Mine had an original sticker price of $32,075











 

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That is a nice car! I'm guessing the car is very quick. How does it handle?

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didn't know about this version of the Supra, I only knew the other one that became famous

must be a pretty good drivers car
 

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didn't know about this version of the Supra, I only knew the other one that became famous

must be a pretty good drivers car

The newer body supra, the MK4 is definitely a well recognized car. I believe this supra the MK3 was primarily sold in Japan and here, the United States. It is a pretty good drivers car, it is very heavy though. Curb weight is in the area of 3,980 pounds without the driver. So it is a heavy car and it is a ton of weight to be throwing around on a track. But it does very well when I auto-cross/road race it. I don't have very many suspension modifications on it, but it does well for what it is, but it is no Ferrari!

Mine has 361WHP and 378FT LBS of torque. That is what it was about a year ago when I had it dyno'd and tuned.
 
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