Thursday, July 27, 2017

Twin Turbo Style: 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4

The Toyota Supra and Acrua NSX have become sought after collectibles, but they left behind the awesome 3000GT VR4 and the Nissan 300Z -- what is the deal?  If a 3000GT had been featured in the first Fast and Furious movie, would they be worth mint today?  Who knows, but I'll take my Japanese cars cheap and ready to be driven hard. Find this 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 offered for $4,000 in West Orange, NJ via craigslist.  Tip from FuelTruck.

The Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 was a monster of a Japanese sports tourer when first released in 1991 with its 300 horsepower twin turbo V6 mated to all four wheels.  It may have been a bit porky on the scales (3800 lbs) and complex, but it is destined to be a future collectible.  Someday.

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  1. I wonder about these from time to time. I certainly like the price! Mustang wheels?

  2. "I won't be able to offer test drives around town at the moment as the insurance and registration have expired and haven't had them renewed but I'll be happy to run the car in the driveway to prove it's in good condition."

    Sounds legit (rolls eyes)

  3. I like how this car and the 850ci both have the stoned looking headlights.

    They are having a conversation like, Yeah we use to be the shit back in our day.


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