1984 Toyota Celica Supra -NO RESERVE

1994 Toyota Supra L-Type

Make: Toyota
Model: Supra
SubModel: Celica
Type: Hatchback
Trim: L-Type
Year: 1994
Mileage: 128800
VIN: JT2MA67LXE0130711
Color: Blue
Engine: 2.8L DOHC EFI
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Albany, Oregon, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
rear spoiler, CD Player, Sunroof

Description for Toyota Supra 1994

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$17800 #1 Concourse Condition$12400 #2 Excellent Condition$7400 #3 Good Condition$3700 #4 Fair Condition_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Item you are bidding:
1994 MKII Toyota Celica Supra L-TypeRuns/drives perfectMechanically needs nothing until the next oil service is due at 130xxx miles2.8L DOHC 6 cylinder EFI with upgraded headers4 speed automatic transmission with OD controlPower and Normal featureFantastic color combo -Charcoal Blue exterior and blue interior.Overall body-8/10Exterior Paint 7/10Interior 8/10Headliner 9/10Operational Accessories-10/10Sunroof Cruise controlRear Window DefrostA/C with Automatic Climate ControlPower sunroof,locks,windows,mirrors,rear wiper,auto antenna
This is my summer weekend driver with 128xxx original miles-downsizing in my collectionPerfect driving condition- I'd drive anywhere with confidenceNo accidents or body repairs- All original paint-kept garaged/or covered- no fading Paint damage on hood due to an unfortunate shop light incident -(ouch)-see last photoOther than that, paint has only a few very minor dings with age appropriate weathering on the front clip. Paint quality is in awesome condition including the original pin-striping. No clear coat issues throughout.

This L-Type Mk2 has the automatic transmission and the Corvette style Speedo/Tach (not avail on the P-type)Seats in excellent condition.No cracks in dash Councel arm rest worn-could use new coveringEverything works perfectly except cruise control "on" indicator light Original enginePace Setter Headers replaced the OEM exhaust manifold which are prone to cracks.Working detachable center counsel map light and engine bay light No fluid leaksRegularly service with last oil change 11/2018 5/30 synthetic blendAll drive belts changed at 100K milesNGK Iridium Spark plugs changed 12/2017 at 120xxx milesOEM L-Type Wheels with 80% tread remaining tires
Added Upgrades:OEM P-type black Sun Shade-Rear Hatch Spoiler added- the only P-type addition I desired on the MkII.Pace Setter HeadersWindows tinted to legal limitPioneer Stereo/CD/DVD/Bluetooth-with amp,subs and aftermarket speakers-Awesome acoustics
Please ask any questions prior to biddingPlease have your mechanic or buyers agent inspect prior to purchase-I want you to be assured that you purchased a great car!
No deals will be madeoutside of ebay rules- please do not bother asking my if I need assistance selling.Item may be removed from posting as it is also listed for sale outside of eBay.

additional Supra info from Hagarty's website:The 1978 Toyota Supra (technically the Celica Supra) represented Toyota's first foray into the performance sport compact market. Designed to compete with the Mazda RX-7 and Datsun 280Z, the Supra was built on a lengthened Celica chassis and powered by a 2.6-liter straight-six engine with a single overhead cam. It wasn't until the second generation Supra bowed in 1982, however, that Toyota got serious about mainstream performance.

While the first generation Supra delivered 110-116 hp during its run, the second generation arrived with a 2.8-liter, fuel-injected, DOHC engine boasting 145 hp and a 0-60 time under 10 seconds. Buyers could choose between a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, and starting in 1983 the automatic was upgraded to a two-mode electronically controlled transmission featuring "normal" and "power" settings.

On the outside, the Supra looked like a modified Celica with more length in front of the firewall to accommodate the six-cylinder engine, and unique front end bodywork with pop-up headlights. The result was a handsome and sporty looking car in step with the angular styles of the era.

Perhaps better than the engine and the exterior was the Supra's four-wheel independent suspension, tuned by Lotus. Mark II Toyota Supras were popular drivers' cars and were often found in autocross competitions of the era. In addition, the Supra came with four-wheel disc brakes, power everything, standard cruise control, and tilt steering wheel.

Both P-type (for performance) and L-type (for luxury) Mark II Supras were available. P-type cars were equipped with limited slip differentials, fender flares, eight-way adjustable seats, larger wheels, and a rear spoiler. In 1985, both variants graduated to 15x6 wheels.

Toyota increased power for the Mark II Supra during each model year, as it went to 150 hp in 1983, 160 hp in 1984, and 161 hp in 1985. The Supra Mark II line technically extended through the 1986 model year, but the final cars were really 1985 models that were held over while Toyota developed the Mark III Supra, which appeared as a half model year in 1986.