There is a lot of bad information on this thread. Feel free to drop by my registry anytime.
I thought targa was the option as well - they are advertised that way.SupraMan1990 said:Targa was the option. The reason that most of them were Targas from my understanding is that almost all Supras were ordered and when you had the kind of money to afford one you usually wanted a targa. Not sure how much the targa option was tho. Anyone have any ideal?
better trade it to MarkSupra33. I think he would be better off with a hardtop, if you know what I mean. :stickpokebp0192 said:hardtops arent that great. i have a hardtop, nice and all with 27K miles on my supra.
but i would trade it for a higher mileage just to have targa.
i mean its sooo much cooler to be able to take the top off.
No, almost all euros were targas. I am a European and owned one before moving to the USA, I have seen perhaps 30 TTs there and all were targa. I've only heard of a single euro hardtop.supdawg79 said:Okay then...Why were practically all the Supra's in Japan hardtops? I'm sure American culture and weather factors into why we had a lot of targa tops and very few hardtops...Same goes for Europe, as most of the Supra's there were also hardtops...
braddman said:I hope you die. Along with the person that painted their hardtop a different color than the color from the factory. You both can gaysex each other.
When you said this were you talking about hardtop TT's. I have a 98 hardtop n/a, and I got it from a reputable dealership right here in Houston.MaliCali said:yes they are more expensive generally, 93-94 hardtops are what you will normally find, but 95 was the last year in the US for hardtops,.they are a sought after car...