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Name: Mark S
E-mail: [email protected]
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: Prefer PM or E-mail
Mileage: 71k miles (114k KM)
Price: $12k OBO
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Sold Prices for same model in past year:

1. $23,000- https://www.japaneseclassics.com/vehicle/1993-toyota-chaser-tourer-v/
2. $14,000- https://www.japaneseclassics.com/vehicle/1993-jzx90-toyota-chaser/
3. $14,500- https://www.japaneseclassics.com/vehicle/1992-toyota-chaser-tourer-v/
4. $22,000- https://www.importavehicle.com/vehicles/193/1993-toyota-chaser-tourer-v


It is with great regret that the time has come for me to sell my beloved Chaser- the single greatest car I have ever owned in my life. I am only selling because I will be moving back to Japan soon. I have purchased this car from the original owner in Japan, making me only the second owner and the first owner in the U.S. I imported it myself, it has a clean U.S title and registration is good until 2020. I bought it from the original owner and it is completely stock aside from the radio head unit being swapped out with a Carrozzeia unit. Very, very rare to find a fully stock JZX90 Chaser left in the world.

There is a service record booklet with various service records, they are all in Japanese. I have the latest shaken (Japanese inspection) in which it passed the same year I bought it, 2018. I also have the original service manual and owners manual.

Last service had the following done:
-Oil and oil filter change (10W-30 synthetic, as per recommendation in the owners manual)
-New air filter
-A/C charge and service
-New front window regulator (with warranty)

Before I received the car, the last service done by the previous owner included (at 105k KM):
-Timing belt replacement
-ATF flush and change
-Valve cover gasket changed
-All other fluids replaced

First with $12k gets the car. No low ballers, look at the prices of these cars selling. At $12k this is by far the cheapest price for a 1JZ Chaser for sale in the U.S. Especially considering the car is already titled and registered.
If you want to register the car in California, you will need to go through CARB. Check with a company like http://gnkauto.com/ about how much this will cost. I will not be responding to any further questions on that matter. Thanks for your understanding.
 

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UPDATE: $12k price will include shipping to anywhere in the continental U.S. Can't believe how low I'm going with this car, people really don't understand what they're getting here I guess...
 
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