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1982 Toyota Supra
$1200 OBO
Replaced alternater, brake pads and rotors in rear, and brake master cylinder.
Motor is steadily losing compression and is almost undriveable.
Needs to be trailered.
Super clean body and straight frame.
Needs either a new motor or someone who knows how to fix this one.
Clutch and transmission are great.
Apex N1 muffler w/ custom piping from cat.
Original suspension. (Needs to be replaced)
Only rust on the entire car is under the rear hatch.
Amazing project car.
Any further information please call (615)525-7000







































 

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Can you post any photos?
 

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that is one righteous driver's side bolster! Oh I really, really want it, but I'm just not there yet financially to get it another panda.
 

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Oh good god, The exterior minus the hatch looks great, but the interior is done for... plus you mounted 6x9 speakers into the panel to the side of the rear seats... If I bought this car my interior is 99% perfect (excluding the shift boot and piece that is around the shifter and radio, etc. Idk what its called...). I would swap the interiors but If I do all that my car is then worth nothing because it is rusty with horrible interior but on 80,000 miles,

I'll do some thinking,

-Utterly1337
 

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I actually didn't mount those speakers or cut the holes. The idiot who owned it before me can be thanked for that. And I didnt realize an immaculate interior was so important to car enthusiasts. It has a 100% straight frame, clean ass body, and the bloody panda, I know, doesn't come around that often.
 

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Sorry for the comment on the speakers, the guy before you must be dumb. 6x9 speaker boxes arnt very expensive...

I didnt realize an immaculate interior was so important to car enthusiasts.
Why wouldnt it be? A good interior costs alot.

It has a 100% straight frame, clean ass body, and the bloody panda, I know, doesn't come around that often.
Yes the panda is rare, though I do have one and there are currently three in the for sale thread.

The exterior is nice minus the hatch, there is some paint pealing on the front bumper, the head light whiskers are ruined, the grill and fog lights are in all crooked (who knows about the hood because you cant even see it). If someone decided to make this their project car they would want to have at least decent interior in it and you cant tell me the driver's side seat and dash are in decent condition. (Not to mention that the car doesnt run well, if at all)

If someone did make this into a project car they would end up wasting a couple hundred dollars making the interior decent, another hundred or so fixing the minimal rust and then depending on what they do, either a swap to a different engine, fixing this one or replacing it with the same one they could easily wrapped up $2000 in costs outside of what they paid for it. Assuming that you live in TN and dont have to waste $500 in gas to get there and back.

If I made an offer on this car, it would be about $100 more than you could scrap it for.
 

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kinda alot of money for a car in such bad shape i bought mine for about that price and it runs
 
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