1993 Toyota Supra SZ MKIV
Available for: $32,995
Stock Number: 4535
When it comes to mentioning the all-time great JDM vehicles you can't help but mention the MKIV Supra. The styling, robust mechanicals, and power options made cars like this 1993 coupe one of the best values in the Grand Touring segment. Featuring full Bomex Aero, and a set of dished 18" Veilside alloys, the body is in good shape other than a few minor scuffs and dings associated with normal use. Finished in Alpine Silver (199) and offered with a mere 68K verified miles, this SZ would make a great daily driver or weekend toy.
The cockpit is in above average condition for a 27-year-old Supra. Beyond the typical scuffs on the plastics, there is little to complain about. Some welcome additions to the cabin are a Momo steering wheel and a killer set of Recaro Confetti adjustable buckets. The dash is in good shape, lacking much of the age-related distortion that plages these vehicles. Dual gloveboxes and a sizable center console are ideal for day trips, with a decent size cargo area located below the liftback. The digital climate control is standard and the A/C blows cold making this cruiser perfect for the long summer ahead. The seats are in good nick up front, and they prevent the occupants from sloshing around during aggressive driving. The rear seats are in equally good shape, and while maybe not the best for long hauls, they can provide two extra spots in a pinch. The headliner and door cards look good, and the carpets are lacking any major damage. Power mirrors, locks, and windows are standard, and an adjustable steering column can accommodate drivers of all sizes. A weighted metal shift knob completes the updated interior aesthetic and feels nice in the palm of your hand. A touch screen Pioneer Roku head unit functions, sending tunes through the speakers if you'd prefer not to hear the wail of the inline-six.
Under the hood is Toyota's famed 2JZ-GE. Naturally aspirated, the 3.0L mill has received a fresh oil and filter service here at the dealership. She turns over easily and sets into a nice, throaty idle. A one-off catback exhaust and Apex'i intake allow for better breathing and a bit more power from the 2J. Power is sent rearward through a 5 Speed manual gearbox. The unit shifts properly and doesn't grind, allowing for seamless gear changes. Acceleration is brisk and the engine pulls strong. Cruising at high speed is comfortable, and aftermarket Apex'i adjustable dampers keep this JZA80 well planted when driving spiritedly. The front and rear brake pads and rotors have been replaced with new ones, and this SZ happily reigns in higher speeds with decent pedal feel. The 18" Veilside Golt Griplow alloys are wrapped in new tires all around. They quiet the ride and ensure maximum grip year-round.
Clean MKIV's are being scooped up by investors all around the globe. These wonderful GTs are a reliable, fun, and savvy investment to say the least. legally imported, fully documented, and recently serviced this JZA80 is a certified Japanese Classic.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint 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.