1982 Toyota Supra Supra GT

Condition: Used
Make: Toyota
Model: Supra
SubModel: Celica
Type: Hatchback
Trim: Supra GT
Year: 1982
Mileage: 171,328
VIN: JT2MA67LXC0028015
Color: Red
Engine: 2.759L 5M-E V-6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Gastonia, North Carolina, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats

Description for Toyota Supra 1982

Serious inquiries only.... We have a very exceptional quality 1982 Toyota Celica Supra GT L-type for sale that has seen very little outside light and has been garage kept and covered. It is looking for a new home.... This car rides very comfortable and the handling is great. It has all original interior except aftermarket radio. The exterior is in great condition with smooth body lines. The sunroof does seal and is in full working condition. Both headlights work in the up and down directions. All features work. Does need A/C compressor. This car is reliable start and drive. Please feel free to contact with questions.
Some info about the 82 supra:

For 1982, in the North American market, the Celica Supra's engine was the 2,759cc (2.759L; 168.4cuin) 12-valve (two valves per cylinder) DOHC 5M-GE. Power output was 145hp (108kW) and 155lbâ‹…ft (210Nâ‹…m) of torque. The engine utilized an 8.8:1 compression ratio to achieve the power and featured a vacuum advanced distributor. When the car debuted it clocked a 0-60 time of 9.8 seconds and netted a 17.2-second 1/4-mile at 80mph (130km/h)[12]

The standard transmission for this year was the W58 5-speed manual with the A43DL 4-speed automatic transmission being an option for L-types. Both transmissions featured an overdrive gear and the automatic featured a locking torque converter. The top gear in the 5-speed was its overdrive whereas the automatic transmission featured an overdrive gear that would engage at speeds over 35mph (56km/h). The 1982 model's rear differential featured a 3.72:1 ratio. The Celica Supra's four-wheel independent suspension was specially tuned and designed by Lotus and featured variable assisted power rack-and-pinion steering and MacPherson struts up front. At the rear, it had semi-trailing arm suspension with coil springs and a stabilizer bar. Braking on the Celica Supra was handled by four-wheel disc brakes.

On the inside, this generation had standard power windows, power door locks, and power mirrors as well as a tilt steering wheel. The power door lock was located in the center console next to the power mirror control. The analog dash of this year only went to 85mph (140km/h) in North America. The optional automatic climate control was renovated and was now seen as a standard feature on the A60. Cruise control was standard in this generation. Toyota also included the retractable map light as standard. Some options included the addition of a sunroof, two-tone paint schemes, and a five-speaker AM/FM/MPX tuner with cassette. The optional cassette stereo featured a 105-watt power amplifier and a seven-band graphic equalizer. The standard stereo was a five-channel AM/FM/MPX tuner. Leather was an option on L-types of this year, but P-types were limited to standard striped cloth.

The AM/FM antenna was integrated into the front windshield rather than a typical external mast antenna. There was a key lock on the gas tank door (in lieu of a remote release) and the hatch and rear bumper were black regardless of paint color on the rest of the car. The P-types were available with an optional rear sunshade above the hatch glass. The lights in the rear featured a reverse light in the center and the door handles opened the doors by pulling sideways. The front nose badge and B-pillar only read "Supra" for the first several months of production, but were changed to read "Celica Supra" midway through the model year. L-types had front and rear mudflaps but P-types of this year did not.