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Good afternoon. The history of my car is very confusing and, unfortunately, in many ways sad. From the previous owner, I know that once upon a time they tried to restore it. Most likely, the front fenders, bumper and side lights from another car were installed. I got it by accident, at the price of metal, or rather for 3000 rubles, or about $ 50.

The car is almost complete, but it requires a lot of restoration work. Large holes in the floor, damaged rear arm mountings to the body, there are large foci of corrosion on the trunk lid. But this is a very rare car. I like him very much and I hope that I can bring him to good condition. I really hope for support on this forum, because in Russia it is very difficult to find both spare parts and just information about this car. I am attaching some photos of the state in which she is now.

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I think the door handle of the right hand side door is a later model one. The driver side looks like the one I have on my 1983 model; the passenger side like the one I had on my first Supra, which was a 1984 one.
But thumbs up for your find and your efforts! I can imagine that things are quite difficult in Russia. Even in western Europe we have troubles finding parts for those kind of Japanese cars.
 

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I wish you the best in your attempt to restore. Had to lol at pulling that car with a Lada that must have been a difficult trip
Yes, the trip was really difficult. But nothing, Lada copes.
today an engine was installed in the car. Hopefully the Supra will be moving on its own soon.
 

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I wish you the best in your attempt to restore. Had to lol at pulling that car with a Lada that must have been a difficult trip
Yes, the trip was really difficult. But nothing, Lada copes.
today an engine was installed in the car. Hopefully the Supra will be moving on its own soon.
 
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