Honestly man it's hard to say, it's got a mere 92KM on it, but honestly I don't see why anybody would pay that coin for a MK3 Supra... maybe a Mk4.
Is this dealer on crack ? or is this reasonable ?
Id make a joke about it being in Canadian dollars but its the opposite now.
I like it. I like these better than the puffed up looking later model Supras. Is it worth $49k? Im sure it is to someone. There are a bunch of cars that are appreciating in value just because they are in showroom condition.
You think you hate it now. Wait til you drive it.
MKIV's are well within the 15 year rule.
Here is an unmolested one for $13 000 CAD, with only 63K (KM) on the clock
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A few things come to my mind:
I woudn't trust the head gasket since coolant has been stagnant for a while.
I'm sure they run the engine once in a while and without driving it, think of
If that car has been sitting there it's entire life (exposed to the sun everyday),
then the paint will not be in brand new condition.
Tires have expiration.
Revo Stage 2, 42dd Turboback, Forge TIP, Forge 004, Evoms CAI, Eurosport FMIC, some .:R line goodies, Eibach Sport System Plus, and a bit of Alpine. Yet still so slow.
I know a few people at this dealership. Not a typo. They may be on crack, but they're getting interested people calling on it.
An unmolested original condition Supra Turbo. Not sure about $50k, but def worth more than 99% of the Supras I actually see on the street.
93 Passat wagon VR6T FOR SALE http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...6T-Edmonton-AB
I have my fears, but they do not have me.
It is probably people calling to see if they really did mean to put that 50k price tag on the ad.
This car mint in super low mileage form is worth... maybe 10 - 15k to the right buyer.
That's my prediction.
Unless there is some 80's Toyota classic car value craze going on that I don't know about.
And you can buy very good low mileage examples of this gen Supra turbo for ten grand.An unmolested original condition Supra Turbo. Not sure about $50k, but def worth more than 99% of the Supras I actually see on the street.
There is no way this car is worth 5 times that.
You guys realize there is a huge diference between low mileage clean examples to a new, never used, never registred car in the collector market right?
Sure, its got problems due to sitting for so long. But I doubt who buys it think they can drive it out of the lot and daily drive waiting for the first oil change.
Plus, this thing probally has not been broken in yet. Engine must be pretty clean.
Needs new fluids, rubbers, etc etc but its a NEW car. Not a low mileage well kept one.
Either way, 50k is still alot. Maybe 25. Maybe. To the right person. If it was a supra of the gen after that, never registered in NEW condition? 50k is possible.