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How much do you think a medium to good condition 84-85 celica supra is worth paying for these days? on the australian market. The body is in good condition and the engine seems ok but u kno :s :s

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Average prices for mk2's in Adelaide seem to be higher here than in the eastern states. I can't recall seeing one advertised for less than $5k. I think there was one in the Advertiser a week or two back for around $6k. I'd be loathe to pay anymore than $6 unless it's an absolute minter.

I just had a quick look at tradingpost.com.au and there's an 84 advertised as "fully imported" for $7.5k, that's way over priced. I bought my 83 for $500 more about 4 years ago.

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Prices vary considerably, but most are between $3k and $6k depending on condition. It would have to be an absolute minter to pay $6k though.
I totally agree with Norbie, I paid 12G for mine (which is expensive) and it was stock and had everything original including the original spare tyre and Aircon Stickers. At a few stages around 5-7G could get you a Mk2 with a 6MG-E or 7MG-TE in it with certificates... though i opt to get a stock one...

That's my 2 cents.

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6K is i think too high for these cars at the present time. The advertiser has a www valuation thingy that says that the resell price of a 85 mk2 should be between 1800 and 3100 AUD

http://valuation.newsmotoring.news.com.au/theadvertiser/valuation.jsp

so i think thats where im going to shoot for. If anyone knows of any mk2's for sale in adelaide id be happy to hear about it

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6K is i think too high for these cars at the present time. The advertiser has a www valuation thingy that says that the resell price of a 85 mk2 should be between 1800 and 3100 AUD



http://valuation.newsmotoring.news.com.au/theadvertiser/valuation.jsp



so i think thats where im going to shoot for. If anyone knows of any mk2's for sale in adelaide id be happy to hear about it



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Belpe
You won't find one in a decent condition for that price range. IMO the valuations for the mk2 are too low, someone would be crazy to sell a good condition mk2 for anything under $4k .

This ad is currently in the trading post and, although it's an auto isn't a bad price for an almost fresh motor:

"Toyota Supra 1983 red automatic, fully optioned, stereo, stacker, custom seat covers, alarm, remote central locking, tinted windows, 4000km since engine rebuild, reconditioned gearbox, immaculate interior, $5800 negotiable EVANSTON PARK"

Going to the other end of the scale there is one advertised as not running, good for parts for $1k.
 
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