Monday, October 21, 2019

Last of the Mo Cheap Ones: 1991 Toyota Supra

Supra fans rejoiced at the recent launch of the 2019 fifth generation Toyota Supra --  it had been 17 years since something badged as a Supra had been sold at Toyota dealerships. Even though it is mostly just a restyled BMW, it gave Supra fans reason to rejoice, but they were wrong.  They should have been sinking every last dollar of their hard earned cashed into classic 3rd generation Supra because they are the latest and most modern generation of Supra to not be sucked into the vortex of overpriced enthusiasm appreciation that has enveloped the MkIV Supra.  Get one while they are still cheap. Find this 1991 Toyota Supra offered for $6900 in Dewey, AZ via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


From the seller:

1991 toyota supra
condition: good
fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: manual
93,000 miles great condition, manual, runs great 


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    1. Good luck finding a runner for under 20k.

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    2. Just not a fan of these yes next gen more money 4 sure but like them a ton.

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  2. I almost didn't send this tip, as the deal is suspiciously good. Clean, manual transmission Gen III Supras are getting harder to find. Especially at this price point. A desert southwest '91 with those miles? Unicorn! Wish I had the spare moolah: I'd have skipped the tip, and scheduled some vacay days for a quick run to AZ to pick up my new weekend toy.

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  3. I dismissed 3rd gen Supras for a long time. They're starting to grow on me now though. This one seems clean, it's no rocket ship, but would make a nice DD.

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