Friday, April 24, 2020

I'm Not Joking and Don't Call Me Shirley: 1995 Toyota Sera

Everybody wants the best of both worlds.  Everybody wants a car that gets them street cred and respect for being "different" but that same body wants a car that is reliable and where does a Prius cross with a Lamborghini?  Lemme tell ya.  It's called the Toyota Sera and is two parts Toyota Paseo and one part lambo door equipped JDM oddball.  Find this 1995 Toyota Sera offered for $8,800 in Orefield, PA via Tip from Barbpaddles.

From the seller:

Location: Orefield, Pennsylvania, 18069
Mileage: 106,000
Transmission: Auto
Condition: Excellent
Exterior: Red
Interior: Gray

Seller’s Description:

If you are looking for an inexpensive Toyota Sera, This is NOT the one for you, but there are very good reasons why. This 1995 Toyota SERA;

Is one of the last few hundred made
Has SuperLiveSurroundSound Option
Has 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes
Has no rust, dents or dings
Is in Very Good condition

Take a look at the pictures, which tell the whole story - A beautiful example of a very rare car.
I work with auto shippers almost every day - I can help with shipping to anywhere on the planet

Price: $8,800 obo

See a better way to drive something with lambo/scissors doors?

1 comment:

  1. This is from the same seller as the Toyota Century from a couple days ago. I'd love to buy this one, but nowhere to park it...


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