If it is in good shape, don't be suprised to pay 20 large.
I didnt know you had a TV in your car! Your soup looks and sounds amazing.....hmm...with that low of mileage i might be interested, but 97-98's are first choice.TRDSupraSE said:I'm just curious...just want an opinion from you guys but how much you guys think my car is worth??
1995 Toyota Supra SE
Never in accident, everything is original
97 TT Polished Wheels
Alpine CVA-1005 (In-Dash TV)
Alpine DVA-5205 (In-Dash DVD)
Clifford Intelliguard 9000 alarm
Philips HID Lights
TRD Oil Cap
TRD Radiator Cap
TRD Drop-In Air Filter
GReddy Shift Knob
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thats a good starting point....however you better let them haggle a bit because of the mileage.money042 said:IF i were to sell my car... i'd probably advertise it for $24k, that's with rims and mods, has 65k miles. the hard-top and RSP carry a little more, in my opinion
nice car from what iv seen i think you could get that with those rims despite the mileage, rsp is really nice! all the 97-98's n/a iv seen on autotrader seem really high compared to what people here are saying though.money042 said:IF i were to sell my car... i'd probably advertise it for $24k, that's with rims and mods, has 65k miles. the hard-top and RSP carry a little more, in my opinion
THAT'S A DEAL???alladin said:i bought my '98 supra last sunday from a dealership and it had 41k miles on it. pretty good for a lady that lived in los angeles. Everything was in excellent condition. So i gladly paid the guy 25k for it. green color with no spoiler. Couldn't believe the deal i got.
kelly blue book says the car retails for 30k for a 98. Yes, all 98 na's where auto and they have that manual mode that no one understands.lawn boy said:
THAT'S A DEAL???
was it auto? I am trying to find out if all 98 na's were auto
1997 Toyota Supra Limited Edition Liftback 2DLateralusFU said:30k for an n/a supra? are you sure that wasnt for a turbo? 97's kbb is like low 20's