This ad caught my eye:
1987 Toyota Supra 80k original - $5200
Very Clean Naturally Aspirated Toyota Supra with just over 80,000
Car has never seen a real winter. Shipped from BC.
Body in very good condition, mechanically sound vehicle.
Safety Test passed, no need for e-test since car is made in 1987.
Air Conditioning blows cold
Completely Stock. No mods.
Hate to sell this gem, but need a bigger vehicle.
My '78 Trans Am is about done for. It would be nice to drive something
from this millennium, but that ad sounds intriguing. Were the normally-
aspirated ones bad for head gaskets?
Eww. I changed the head gasket (and later the head) on my '87 Reliant,
but hey if I screwed up, there were plenty of 2.5L engines in the
junkyard. '87 Supra engines, not so much.
The ad carefully avoids mentioning which transmission. I'd prefer a
Looks like it.
Canadian. Car's in Toronto.
While I would like to get a relatively inexpensive, interesting car to
replace my interesting (if terminally rusty and leaking) Trans Am, I'm
not sure I want to rush into a new learning experience with a new kind
of (for me) quirky car. I suppose that there are enough Toyota fans in
Toronto to snap this one up.
It's just that:
1. BC car--no rust--good luck finding that with Ontario cars; how many
unrusty '87 Toyotas exist in Canada east of the Alberta/BC border?
2. Stock--geez is someone going ruin it by putting on 19" rims, a
stupid exhaust, clear markers, and a crappy primered body kit?
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