1992 Crown Majesta

Sold: $13,995

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The Toyota Crown Majesta is a VIPstyle car for those who march to the beat of their own drum. Our 1992 is a neck breaker of a sedan and is finished in Dark Mauve Metallic. We received this vehicle back to our inventory as a trade-in after the owner did some great upgrades. However, this is no show queen, and has rolled and slightly pulled fenders, and its fair share of scuffs, dings, and chips as it was daily driven by one of our employees for the past year. Clad with aftermarket FRP aero which fits great but does have the typical waves FRP is known for. Offered with a mere 76k verified and documented miles, this recently serviced VIPstyle sled can hit the road immediately. For the JDM enthusiast who doesn't want a run-of-the-mill import, this unique and eye-catching Crown Majesta is a bonafide Japanese Classic!

The cabin is spacious and comfy like you'd expect a luxury car to be. The dash is in good shape overall and lacks any cracking or distortion, but does have some evidence (screw holes) of a previously mounted navigation screen to the left of the climate controls. Toyota was using some cutting-edge tech at the time and this Majesta even has a working heads-up display, so that the driver can keep an eye on their speed and the road at the same time. An electric column helps drivers of varying sizes to find attain ultimate comfort and factory cruise control is accessible, located on the right side of the steering wheel. The car includes working heat and A/C although the touchscreen is toast and you have to use it in auto mode. It also has a Nakamichi head unit which has been hidden within the carpeted center console. The tan executive cloth is in good shape overall. It lacks any major rips, stains, or tears and is soft to the touch. Both front seats are powered but you have to set the slide function manually. Electric power-folding mirrors, power locks, and electric windows were standard when new. They all work except for the passenger side rear window, which is fixed in place as the parts are tough to find. The headliner and carpets look fine and the door cards have withstood any major abuse over the years. 

The Majesta chassis is unique to the model and is a darn good one. Like the Celsior, its stablemate, the Crown Majesta featured a long wheelbase and a nearly bulletproof powerplant. This JZS149 is powered by a 2JZ-GE that is fresh off an oil and filter service. Its starts up promptly and sets into a mellow idle, that sounds a bit more baritone thanks to the dual 5Zigen exhaust setup. The six-cylinder has had a new set of plugs installed and a set of new valve cover gaskets to keep her topped up on oil. The engine is connected to a slick-shifting automatic gearbox and sends power to the rear wheels. A reseal of the transmission pan ensures the gearbox stays happy for miles to come. The naturally aspirated mill has enough grunt to get this thing up to highway speeds and returns better fuel economy than a V8. The Algernon adjustable coils drop the four-door down in the weeds and set off the look. A set of 19" Work LS207 staggered wheels are wrapped in new rubber at all four corners. The brakes have also been refreshed with a set of rear pads. 

*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.

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