The 80s were built on the growth of tech, and being a petrolhead during the time was sure a treat, with every manufacturer rushed to ensure its cars were packed to the rafters with digital gizmos and tech. Driving a car from the 80s is an experience itself, and the car we have today is a time capsule from an era gone by. Looking to experience the 80s behind the wheel? This 1985 Toyota Celica Supra P-Type A60 we have today is the one for you, it's an almost factory-fresh example and has just a reported 110,600 miles on the clock.
Considering the offerings available from Japanese manufacturers, the second-generation Celica Supra was one of the larger cars to leave the Land of the Rising Sun. This 1985 Toyota Celica Supra P-Type sports a red exterior that is in excellent shape due to the current owner reporting a new paint job. This 80s beauty does not only see fresh paint; the car also comes with a new hood and front bumper as well. In staying true to its factory appearance, this classic Japanese legend sits on its factory wheels that are wrapped with new tires. The maroon interior of this 1985 Toyota Supra P-Type doesn't just match the cool exterior but also screams the 80s in all its glory. Once you are in and comfy amongst the plush and comfy 80s seats, you are treated to this car and its originality. The factory interior trim is a sight to behold and ensures comfort; even the air conditioning works; within all the factory interior trim lies a well-needed upgrade which comes in the form of an aftermarket radio for your tunes.
Underneath all that uber-cool 80s styling of this 1985 Toyota Celica Supra P-Type is a motor that's well suited to ensure this large 80s Japanese machine has what it takes in terms of performance. Pop open the hood of this Japanese classic, and what you will find is a large inline six motor that boasts Toyota's proven reliability and performance. The current owner reports a recent oil change, new stock exhaust, stock exhaust tips, and a new starter to ensure everything runs smoothly and close to factory spec as possible. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission.
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