Is it stick? Is it turbo?
I've owned my 95 NA auto since 2001 and up to this day, it has given me little or no issues whatsoever, but like always, times change, things change, and sometimes feelings change. I come to the forums a lot and sometimes I see beautiful cars being sold to new owners and I always think to myself, "Why would they sell such a clean beautiful car?" I understand that some people grow out of the car and move on to bigger and better things, and some move on as they have other priorities that may not involve the supra anymore. As much as I don't want to think about it, my time may be lingering around soon enough that I may have to part with her as I now have a family to be caring about. I do admit that I have grown attached to my car as we have been through a lot. She has never failed me when I needed her, except for the time one my drive belt snapped due to a broken bearing in one of the rollers that the belt runs over, and then when the alternator took a shit and left me stranded in the cold on the side of the freeway, however things like that were unavoidable and since repaired, has been my daily driver since day one. My wife and I are currently in the market for a 4 door sedan and in order for the 4 door sedan to come home, the supra's going to have to go. I know its only a matter of time, as I'm stretching out the days that I spend time with her, and I know the time is coming close. I know this seems like a stupid thread and I understand that every case is different but I'm just really debating about it now. Overinall, for those who have sold their pride and joy's, how did you come to the decision to let the supra go? How did it affect you before and after? How do you know that it is time to let go? Did you eventually come back and buy another supra?