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Asking Price: SOLD

Up for sale is my USDM 1997 Anniversary Edition Toyota Supra Turbo Targa. It’s an original TwinTurbo 6-speed and I am the second owner. I purchased the car in 2011 from the original owner, all stock at 52k miles. My goal was to build a modern day, reliable street Supra with OEM like qualities (smooth idle, flex-fuel, cold starts, remote start, compliant ride, reverse camera, etc) and quality parts. I believe I accomplished that as the car drives well and puts down reliable power. Selling because I’m itching for something new and don’t have room for a 3rd vehicle. The car would come with original owner’s packet and a stack of receipts for all parts and work done to the car. Everything works on the car; cruise control, cold AC, wipers, etc. I would 100% trust it for a cross-country drive to it’s new home. The only scary part is putting miles on it :) Below are some details of the good and bad of the car and a list of the modifications, improvements.

1997 USDM Supra TT 6spd, Alpine Silver
59,888 miles
~600 mi on new engine
812 hp, 746 tq @ 30psi on E85 (tuned by Abel Racing)
Flex-Fuel system from E0 to E85 Ethanol content

built by Advanced Engine Machining, tuned by Abel Racing
OEM Crank, polished
original 2JZ-GTE Block, .020 overbore
CP Pistons 86.5mm 9.0:1 comp, w/CP wrist pin upgrades
Manley H-Tuff H-Beam Rods 625+ bolts
ARP Main Studs
new OEM oil pump
new OEM head gasket (full kit)
ATI Super Damper crank pulley
Gates timing belt
PHR billet belt tensioner
BC Ti springs & retainers
Brian Crower Cams Stage 2 264/264
Ferrea 6000 series 29mm STD valves, intake & exhaust
TRD thermostat

TURBO Setup:
BW S400SX3-67.7 FMW turbo, .90 turbine housing
DocRace twin scroll manifold
Tial MV-R 44mm wastegates (x2)
Hyperspeed custom 1.75” dump tubes
Hyperspeed custom 4" downpipe
Hyperspeed custom 4" midpipe (w/ 3" catted pipe interchangeable)
HKS Ti exhaust
ETS 4" front mount intercooler kit
Tial Q BOV
Goodrich vacuum/boost lines
Moroso oil catch can

ID 1700X injectors
FIC fuel rail
Walbro 400LPH fuel pumps (x2, 2nd staged on at 8spi)
Goodrich 825 PTFE E85 fuel lines
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Aeromotive 100micron inline filter
Modified OEM throttle body (TCS butterfly delete)
5" K&N intake

HKS DLI twin power ignition amp
NGK BKR8EIX spark plugs
AEM V2 w/serial gauge (flex fuel enabled)
GM Flex Fuel Sensor
Zeitronix 10bar Oil Pressure Sensor
Zeitronix 10bar Fuel Pressure Sensor
AEM 5.0 bar MAP Sensor
NTK wideband

brand new V160 (less than 1000 mi) - 1st gear synchro was going out on original V160; I was afraid a rebuild would have whine, so I purchased a new V160 from MVP.
RPS Carbon Carbon twin disc clutch w/ steel flywheel - pedal pressure feels like stock and feathers in engagement easily.

CCW C10 18x10 front, 18x11.5 rear
Toyo Proxes T1 265/35/18 and R888 315/30/18
Rear extended lugs (previously ran spacers with stock wheels)
Stoptech ST-60 BBK front kit
Cross drilled rear rotors to match front
Goodrich SS brake lines

KW V3 coil-overs
TRD strut bar

TRD 10k tach
Kenwood double din w/reverse camera
NTK wideband display
AEM Serial Gauge - displays boost, water temp, air temp, RPM, vehicle speed, O2, voltage, fuel psi, oil psi
Viper alarm w/remote start & 2 remotes
JL Audio speakers (w/ sub) in OEM location
Power wire at mirror for most radar detectors (RJ11 plug)
Targa wrench included

Whifblitz replica urethane front lip
new OEM targa weatherstrip
new OEM headlights
MVP motorsports carbon fiber cooling plate
Carbon fiber fuse box
Carbon fiber top cover
MVP brake reservoir and power steering reservoir Supra caps
Hood struts (cf look) with KB brackets

The bad: After I purchased the car, I learned that it had partially been repainted. The previous owner was not aware, but we believe something bumped into it while at Toyota service and the dealer had it repaired without notifying the owner. She did recall that during one of the maintenance trips to the dealer, they had a 'delay' and needed to keep it for another couple of days. The damage was minor, as I could see just behind the driver side scoop (in front of the rear wheel), there was some dent that can be seen when the rear wheel liner is removed. From that repair, it was painted and adjacent body parts were blended in along with a clear coat. All in all, the paint currently looks glossy with no orange peel or oxidation and the body is free of any dings or dents. There are some small paint nicks but not noticeable unless you look for it.

All body part VINs are in place, the carfax is clean and the car looks exceptional for it’s age.

Text me with any questions or photo requests. I’m open to serious offers not pending loan approvals.

More photos @ google photos

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