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This is an amazing 1994 Toyota Supra Non-Turbo, Automatic JDM Spec (Right Hand Drive) Targa Top, Finished in Alpine Silver.
Alpine Silver. The odometer reads 74K Kilometers (46k miles). The JDM targa tops are rare. Only 1700 were ever produced (all of them with automatic transmissions).
Recent upgrades and replacement items include; New wheels by Curva Concepts finished in gloss black and new tires. Drilled and slotted rotors have replaced the factory disks and has a great look through the 18" custom wheels. This Supra has Rev 9 Hyper Street 2 Coilover Suspension. There is a aftermarket cat back exhaust system which gives the 3.0 Inline six cylinder a good sporty sound. Audio is supplied by the Sony CarPlay / Android stereo W/ Remote and sound is generated through the Pioneer Speakers. The car has just been serviced and is ready to go on any trip.
This Supra is Factory equipped with, Drivers side airbag, power windows, power mirrors, power drivers seat, power locks and factory floormats
This car is in relatively stock condition. It runs and drives great. No issues at all. Its all there, even comes with the original spare tire, and a complete tool kit in the trunk.
Everything works; including the cigarette lighter, dome light, all the dash gauges, dash lights, hvac lights and glove box latches. The interior is in great condition. The seats are comfortable and clean. The steering wheel & shifter have minimal wear on their leather surfaces, no broken or missing pieces. History:
The A80 program began in February 1989 under various teams for design, product planning, and engineering led by Isao Tsuzuki. By the middle of 1990, a final A80 design concept from Toyota Technical Centre Aichi was approved and frozen for production in late 1990. The first test mules were hand-built in A70 bodies during late 1990, followed by the first A80 prototypes being hand-assembled in 1991. Again using subframe, suspension, and drivetrain assemblies from the Z30 Soarer (Lexus SC300/400), pre-production of the test models started in December 1992 with 20 units made,23 #fn23 and official mass production began in April 1993.23 #fn23[inconsistent] The fourth generation of the Supra again shared its platform with the upscale Soarer coupe, sold in the U.S. as the Lexus SC. Although the two cars looked similar dimension-wise, the new Supra was more than 13 inches (340 mm) shorter than its luxurious cousin.32 #fn32
This redesign saw Toyota placing great emphasis on a more serious high-performance car. The A80 featured two new engines: a naturally aspirated Toyota 2JZ-GE having a power output of 164 kW (220 hp; 223 PS) at 5,800 rpm and 210 lb⋅ft (285 N⋅m) at 4,800 rpm of torque