1990 Toyota Supra

139,741 miles

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Classic Auto Mall
Morgantown, PA - View Seller
$29,900
$519/mo*
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Vehicle Info

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    Condition
    Used
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    Trim
    Turbo
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    Mileage
    139,741 miles
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    Stock #
    6039
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    Engine
    3.0L I6
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    Transmission
    5 Speed Manual
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    Drive Train
    RWD
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    Exterior Color
    Granite Gray
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    Interior Color
    Saddle
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    Fuel
    Gasoline

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Premium Features

  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Power Windows
  • Chrome
  • Cruise Control
  • CD

Standard Features

  • Cruise Control
  • Variable Speed Windshield Wipers
  • Tinted Glass
  • Rear Window Defroster
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • Power Door Locks
  • Padded Sun Visors & Dash
  • Leather Seating
  • Intermittent Wipers
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Seller's Notes

1990 Toyota Supra Turbo The original Toyota Supra was first launched in 1978 as the Celica Supra, a low-slung car that made for a sporty daily driver.  By the third generation, straight lines were rounded, the Celica name was dropped, and the look was more aggressive while retaining its everyday appeal and efficiency.  The third gen Turbo Supra was the first distributorless engine offered by Toyota in the U.S., with coil packs perched on the cam covers.  Supra Turbos, which returned to production in 2019, remain some of the most desirable cars ever to come out of Japan. For consignment, this 1990 Supra Turbo has gone from mild-mannered commuter car to a fire-breathing Godzilla-killa with a consignor stated 602 dyno orsepower...on pump gas!  Who needs a back seat when you it's all business up front...modifications include a race bar for stability in the back and three-point race harness for the driver and one occupant.  Toyota Supra Turbo generally strikes fear in the heart of import enthusiasts...and this one takes it to another level.  Sit down, buckle up...and read on! Note: Due to modifications of the emissions control devices installed by the manufacturer, please check your local, state, and federal laws to determine if this vehicle is applicable for use on public highways in your area. Exterior Bathed in Granite Gray, the lines of this car are straight and true and show well for the title verified miles logged in at 139,741.  That's not to say the body doesn't have stories to tell; there are numerous scratches and scrapes on the low-hanging fascia, chips and paint peels in other places.  But overall, a darn good-looking car that communicates its intent with Weld Racing wheels and Mickey Thompson slicks in the back, (28 x 10.5 R15).  The rear taillight extends across the length of the back with the center reflector piece around the license plate that gives this car a distinct look that still looks fresh 34 years later!  A rear wing starts mid-rear fender and hovers over the taillights...a design that aids the look of moving while standing still.  The pop-up headlights flank a center bulge in the hood that gives the front end an aggressive and sporty look.  Amber fog lights diverge from the stock clear ones but contrast beautifully with the gray paint.  With its slightly raked stance, it's not pretending to be a sleeper and when you blow by others, they'll get a look at that wide track and massive 3-inch pipe exhaust pipe waving goodbye. Interior Puffy tan leather door inserts go well with the upgraded seats which are fitted with the previously mentioned five-point racing harness tied to the race bar behind.  Yes, even the passenger gets to lock in with the five-pointer!  The dash itself and steering wheel retain their stock 90's goodness, while two electronic gauges have been added on the A-pillar to monitor the air/fuel ratio and turbo boost taking place under the hood.  An aftermarket but probably period-correct Kenwood radio/CD is present behind the tall Toyota 5-speed shifter, which appears to be factory.  Horizontal surfaces and plastic bits show typical wear for a car of this vintage and use while trim and the rear floor panel show cuts for access to suspension and the fuel tank.  The headliner looks good and we did notice a crack in the dash pad. Drivetrain The big 3.0 liter inline six-cylinder is now accompanied by a Borg Warner S369 WX-E turbo with an OCD worked compressor housing, GSC billet cams, a Magna 750 fuel pump, a Clutch Master FX850 twin clutch, and a W58 5-speed manual transmission. There's a stout Ford 8.8 inch in the rear tied into a custom subframe with custom heavy duty axles.  Fresh spark plugs and injectors complete the package and assure the atomized fuel will fire!  And with FID 2000cc injectors and an E85 sensor, you can run pump gas in this baby and as proof our consignor states that the dyno numbers were done on a 93 octane pump gas tune with the turbo


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Classic Auto Mall
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6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA 19543

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Classic Auto Mall
  • Open Now
  • (610) 901-4225
6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA 19543