After reading the for sale guidelines I decided to give a heads up in this section of the forum so as not to violate the rules of the classified ads. I wanted to to list my car on here first because I want to give everyone here the opportunity before anyone else. But I'm better with a wrench than a computer, and I can't get pictures to load on here, so I'm gonna run it on ebay. However, the ebay listing will state that since the car is also for sale locally, I can end the auction early. This way, If someone wants to buy it, I can stop the auction. All the information about the car will be on the ebay listing, so please read it FIRST before asking questions. I have put much consideration into selling my car, going back and forth for about two months now! :sadsmilie I really do like this car, but my work truck/daily driver is reaching the end of it's life, and I have another project in progress as well. So I figured I've reached a good stopping point where I'm at with the Supra. It's running and driving great, and looks good, too. Just type in 1985 Toyota Supra in the search box on ebay and it'll show up sometime this afternoon. If I can't get what I have into it then I'm gonna hang on to it. I bought the car with 82,624 original miles, and it now has 85,308 miles. I bought the car this past March for $4000, and I put another 4 grand into it. My reserve price is of $8000 is EXACTLY what I've got in this car, not including countless hours of labor. I know that may seem like a lot, but check out the list of parts. Go have a look and if anyone is serious, I'll take a non refundable $100 deposit to take the car off the auction. Right now, the weather here is nice, but please understand that if the weather gets bad, I can't let the car be driven for test drives as I store it in the garage through the winter. I am located in Clinton, Pennsylvania (southwest PA) near the Pittsburgh International Airport.