Here's an Eighties cult classic JDM hero up for sale right now, and it's even left-hand-drive, so you don't need to worry about sitting on the wrong side. This 1985 Toyota Celica Supra may come with 175,000 miles on the odometer, but that's not really relevant. You see, it's got a heart transplant and is a restomod, to boot. So, if you've always lusted after one of these cars, replete with more power and modernized creature comforts, we've got the ticket right here. Form an orderly line, and whoever pays up first gets this car.
This 1985 Toyota Celica Supra features a custom gray and black two-tone color scheme, as well as custom black wheels from SSR. That's not all the upgrades; we see that the iconic pop-up headlamps have received newer crystal-type lighting units as well. The rear lamp clusters sport black plastic trim, while the rear liftback has received a spoiler. We also see an aftermarket exhaust adorning this beauty and no doubt letting the upgraded engine sing a beautiful symphony when tickled. Inside, there's a two-seat cabin in black, with well-bolstered seats that bear the Supra script on their headrests. Behind them lies a custom sound system with a JBL amplifier, subwoofer, and speakers where the rear seats used to live. These are hooked up to a Sony touchscreen double-DIN head unit that sits in the center console. Above this, we see that the car boasts automatic air conditioning. The air vents have received some distinctive touches in the shape of skulls for adjustment levers. There's a Momo steering wheel, metal pedal caps, and an aftermarket gear knob. We also see a cruise control button. Meanwhile, the original instrument cluster is intact, with some auxiliary gauges added to the driver's side A-pillar.
This 1985 Toyota Celica Supra has received a heart transplant of the finest kind in Toyota lineage. It's got the legendary 2JZ-GTE under the hood, driving the rear wheels via a manual transmission. The current seller tells us that the engine, transmission, and suspension have been gone through. There's also a big brake kit to help manage the increased power. We don't know what the engine is putting out, but chances are, it's at least 300hp. Sit down, buckle up, and get ready to experience a drive like no other.
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