While the Mk4 Toyota Supra is a legend today, the previous generation Mk3 Supra is often overlooked in the car scene. Look past the fanboys and social media and get behind the wheel of an Mk3 Supra, and you are treated to performance with a refined drive feel. Take this lovely 1988 Toyota Supra we have today, for instance. With a reported 35,000 original miles on the clock, this is your best bet of experiencing the Mk3 Supra and owning a piece of Japanese history on wheels.
Finding a third gen Supra that hasn't been raced and bruised is challenging. The marketplace is filled with examples that have seen significant repairs to look good or some owners selling the car as is. This 1988 Toyota Supra, however, is a different story and is a diamond in the rough. Looking at this car's blue metallic exterior, you instantly know this is a low mileage car due to the car being in near factory condition. All exterior components and present and in great condition; you even get the original Toyota wheels in place wrapped with a set of fresh tires, which is a very rare sight. The blue theme continues with this car and its blue interior. Stepping in, don't get confused if you feel like you are back in the 80s at a Toyota dealership. The interior is in perfect condition with the seats boasting 80s Japanese comfort and gizmos to keep its driver and passengers’ company. Sitting behind the factory steering wheel and looking around makes you appreciate the love and care this car has received over the years and how you are bound to get many shocked reactions at any car meet you decide to go to.
With multiple engine trims to pick from, one thing is common on each platform, easy tunability to release power way beyond its factory performance figures. Pop open the hood of this 1988 Toyota Supra, and you will find one of the Supra’s flagship engines at the time, the 7MGE (3.0L inline 6) powertrain churning out a decent 200hp. A clean exterior deserves for a smooth drive feel, and that comes to life with the owner reporting that this car has seen a new power steering unit, battery, front brake calipers, and struts. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission.
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