Yep. US had 11,000. UK had 600~. Canada had 300~. Japan had 45,000. Thats about all the supras in the world.I'm guessing Canadian Supras are at least ten times rarer than US, if not way more, since they were only for sale for a few years right? Per capita, I dont think it will be even close.
I got the results back from Toyota Canada about the Canadian production numbers.
Sorry for the delay everyone. I'm awaiting another response from Toyota. The results will be posted by the end of this week.
I believe he wants you to make the post and then ADD the new content at a later date so we don't have to rely on toyota for their speedy responses.I sent Toyota another e-mail regarding production numbers. I want as much info as possible when I post the results. I don't see the need for sarcasm...:1poke:
Im just getting my Canadian Supra appraised at the moment, and was digging up Canadian Production numbers and came across this thread.I remember seeing a white 94TT at Kingsway Toyota in Edmonton. Window sticker was $72,000 !!! Back then it was HUGE money so I don't see why they would have sent many to Canada. Same situation as with the last of the 300zx tt's.