1993 Toyota Chaser JZX90

Available for: $18,495

Stock #5419

The JZX90 was sold under a few different nameplates and with a few different engine options. What we have here is the fire-breathing, turbocharged model, which is the most desirable to own. This 1993 Chaser is lightly modified and offered with only 114k verified and documented miles. Finished in Dark Green Mica (6N2), and set off by some bronze alloys, the body and paint are in good nick overall. There are a few light chips, dings, and scuffs, and we wanted to note that in Japan the passenger side fender and quarter panel were replaced. With room for five and plenty of power options, this four-door sports car does it all. Recently serviced and ready to rock, this Tourer V is fast, collectible, and eye-catching. For the performance enthusiast who wants it all, this super sedan will leave little to be desired and is a certified Japanese Classic!

The cabin has been well cared for over the years and is in above-average shape overall. There are a few upgrades on hand but the interior is largely the same as it left the factory. Sure there are little imperfections, like the cracking plastic by the center climate vents but this thing is 25 years old. The gray cloth seats are in above-average shape and soft to the touch. Aside from some light wear on the driver's seat bottom, there are no major rips, stains, or tears to note. The same can be said for the headliner and door cards which have escaped major abuse over the years, as well as the carpet which looks cared for too. An Addzest headunit replaces the OEM one and is functional. Power folding mirrors and electric windows make daily use enjoyable, and the also driver benefits from a tilting and telescoping steering wheel. Automatic climate control is also on hand to provide cold A/C and heat on demand. The dash is in good shape overall and lacks any cracking. We also wanted to mention that the front locks are manually operable only and there is some leather wear on the e-brake boot.

The front-engine rear-drive platform is balanced and communicative. The long-wheelbase is key for how predictable this chassis is, and we can see why so many people put these to use on the track. The handling has been improved by a set of adjustable Tein dampers, which also reduce the fender gap. We also took care of a new front left bellow boot. It also goes quickly in a straight line as you'd expect from something with the same engine as a Supra. The 1JZ-GTE is fresh off an oil and filter service and starts up with a twist of a key. As punchy as this engine is, it's just as refined. The straight-six idles with hardly any vibration and is connected to a slick-shifting automatic gearbox. The acceleration is otherworldly and you quickly forget this thing is an auto when behind the wheel. An Apex'i intake and HKS front mount intercooler feed the 1J densely charged cooled air. Spent fuel is fired through a stainless Fujitsubo exhaust. HKS F-Con fuel management and an HKS EVC only add to the ponies in the stable, and this Chaser pulls hard to redline. The alloys are wrapped in deep rubber and the bronze wheels complement the exterior color well.

*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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