Based on the dealership's pictures, this Japanese coupe is in pristine condition both inside and out
Toyota is currently developing a sporty new coupe with BMW, and rumours are swirling that it will be the successor to the iconic Supra. If you're unwilling to wait another couple of years for the car, Country Hills Toyota Scion in Calgary, Alberta has the next best thing - a 1990 Toyota Supra Turbo Targa with a mere 93 kilometres on the odometer.
The only catch is that this 26-year-old vehicle will set you back a cool $70,000. Compare that to the approximately $33,000 a Supra Turbo Targa cost back in 1990, and you can decide whether or not that's a good deal.
This particular model was originally delivered for a customer in Alberta, but after taking the car out for a spin a couple of times, the owner had to give it up after moving away from the province.
Country Hills then bought the car back, and the rest is history. According to the dealership, the vehicle has been well-maintained, and is started and checked every couple of months.
Based on the dealership's pictures, this coupe is in pristine condition both inside and out. The Supra comes with a 3.0-litre inline-six turbocharged engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, good for 232 horsepower, a decent figure in its day.
It features a removable targa hardtop, flip-up headlights with spray jets, fog lamps, rally bars, running boards, tonneau cover, full leather interior, and best of all, a sound system that plays not only CDs and AM/FM radio, but cassette tapes too!
This car has obviously been around for a long time, and beacause of its condition the value will only increase. Buy it now, and that $70,000 price tag could be a bargain, especially if Toyota resurrects the Supra name.
Source: Country Hills Toyota Scion