First, I most certainly realize this is not everyone's cup of tea and that is seriously half the fun of owning this car, watching and listening to people's reactions. However, this is a real for sale ad and I would greatly appreciate any negative comments be kept to yourself.
1995 Toyota Supra
Car is truly 'one of a kind' - LS2 swapped 1995 Toyota Supra SE (Special Edition) hardtop, about 80k miles on body, about 30k miles on drivetrain. This car was originally a N/A 5 speed car, but now has the drivetrain out of a 2006 GTO and includes: LS2 motor, T56 Transmission, ECU, instrument cluster, and wiring. Car does still retain working Heat, A/C and power steering. Absolutely no check engine lights or error codes.
Was tuned by RPM Motorsports after the cam install and made 399.6 HP with 386 TQ to the rear wheels.
- LS2 6.0L engine swap
- T56 6-Speed manual transmission
- Factory 4.272 rear gears (A02A Differential Code)
- Brian Tooley Racing (BTR) Stage 3 Camshaft
- .660 Lift BTR Platinum LS Spring Kit; Steel Ret., .505 ID .060 Thick Loc., Brown/Black Seals
- BTR Chromoly One Piece Pushrods; 7.400 Long, 5/16 Diameter, .080 Wall
- BBK Performance Headers
- EGR Removed
- 2 ? custom exhaust with SLP Loudmouth 2 muffler and dummy catalytic converters (to help pass inspection)
- HD radiator with twin electric cooling fans
- Custom carbon fiber air diversion panel
- Supra Twin Turbo front brake calipers with slotted rotors
- Megan Racing coilovers
- Strut tower brace
- Custom Supra LS2 fuel rail covers
- 18 Volk Racing GT-N two piece forged wheels 18x9 Front and 18x10 Rear with 285/40/18 Nitto 555R
- Custom hood struts
- Optima Red Top battery
- Viper 5606V Car Alarm
- Stereo head unit with touch screen, DVD, BlueTooth
- Rockford Fosgate speakers throughout with custom door brackets
- Blacked out headlight housings
- Clear turn signal and front side marker lenses (factory ones included)
- RMM front lip
- Tinted windows
Is not exact as the speedometer was not calibrated after the swap was done, it was showing about 10mph faster than you were actually going and was daily driven for about 6 months this way. Actual mileage is less than odometer shows. The speedometer was calibrated at RPM after cam was installed so it is now accurate.
Full disclosure here, it might be too much info, but I want to be honest. The original title was listed as salvaged. Neither Carfax or AutoCheck showed any damage or accidents, just that it was sold at auction by an insurance company. (I will include copy of AutoCheck) I had the nice people at the NC DMV License and Theft Bureau investigate and they were able to find that this car was involved in an accident and it was hit in the rear. The rear bumper is the only thing that I can find that was replaced. It was replaced with a OEM Toyota Supra bumper as it does have a VIN tag on it, however, it is not the same VIN as the others on the car. The rear hatch was not damaged or replaced. It was resprayed in the factory Diamond White Pearl paint.
When the car was originally swapped and registered in Florida by a previous owner, it was registered as a '2006 Assembled from Parts' vehicle and assigned a FL VIN number. I can only assume that this was done to try to wash the salvage branding off the title. When registering it here in NC, we were able to have it listed as a 1995 Toyota Supra instead, but still with the FL VIN number. This allows it to only have to pass a Safety Inspection each year, no emission testing or OBD2 requirements.
The car does currently have a lien on it through Pentagon Federal.
Toyota Factory VIN: JT2JA81L8S0031906
Florida/Currently registered VIN: FLA60962
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Seatbelts-Front, Seatbelts-Rear, Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Cloth Interior, Heat, Tilt Wheel, Power Brakes, Driver Airbag, Rear Defogger, Anti-Lock Brakes, Anti-Theft System, Passenger Airbag
This car is female owned and driven, it is my girlfriend's car and she does NOT drive it hard at all. Can it be driven hard? Absolutely! She daily drove it for about 9 months and never once had a problem with it. Interior is in excellent shape. This car was her dream car and is definitely pampered. I may very well kill her for selling it. :(
I am more than happy to entertain any and all questions, take any specific pictures wanted, but if you believe that this car has personally offended your 2JZ Gods and should be damned to Hell, please move on.
A few more pictures courtesy of Jimmy Zhang (@jimmyzhangphotography) :
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