This 1993 Toyota Supra is a Japanese-market example that was imported to the US in November 2019 by the seller, who has since added approximately 1k of its 22k indicated kilometers (~13k miles). The car is finished in Alpine Silver Metallic over black leather, and its twin-turbocharged 3.0L 2JZ inline-six is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. Additional equipment includes 17″ BBS wheels, a factory rear wing, air conditioning, an aftermarket exhaust, a Pioneer CD player, and a Japanese GPS unit. This JDM JZA80 Supra is now offered with importation paperwork, factory manuals, and a clean Oregon title in the seller’s name.
The car is finished in Alpine Silver Metallic (199) and features a fixed roof as well as a front lip, side scoops, and a rear wing. The seller notes paint imperfections on the front bumper cover, and the body and exterior trim are shown in detail in the photo gallery below.
Silver 17″ BBS wheels wear BBS center caps and are mounted with 235/45 Falken Ziez ZE912 tires up front and 255/40 Yokohama S.drive rubber out back. The seller notes a leak from the power steering system as well as a cracked rack-and-pinion bushing.
The right-hand-drive cabin features bolstered seats trimmed in black leather, and amenities include air conditioning and a Pioneer CD player. A Japanese GPS unit has been installed around the center of the dashboard along with a navigation light near the A-pillar. The rear hatch stuts as well as the rear speakers were replaced by the seller, and the removed factory speakers are included in the sale. Scuffs are noted around the window switches as well as on the rear hatch panels.
A four-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of factory instrumentation that includes a 180-km/h speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, and a combination gauge. The digital odometer shows just under 22k kilometers (~13k miles), approximately 1k of which have been added by the seller.
The twin-turbocharged 3.0L 2JZ-GTE inline-six was rated at 276 horsepower with 318 lb-ft of torque for the Japanese market in stock trim. An aftermarket air cleaner and exhaust were installed in Japan during previous ownership, and the seller states that there is evidence of a leak from the valve cover gasket.
Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission, and additional photos of the underside are provided in the gallery.
Factory manuals, two keys, importation paperwork, and a clean Oregon title will accompany the car.