From personal experience, I would have to say that it holds together pretty well. I flipped my first Supra after spinning into a curb, finishing upside-down. I can still picture the view from the inside of the car . . . hanging by my seat belt . . . looking at dirt and grass through the front windshield . . . glass cracking around me.
Fortunately, I climbed out of the back hatch without a scratch on me. It held together like a tank. I was very impressed, but something I never plan on repeating.
Two weekends ago a bunch of my friends showed up to hang out at my house and we had a mini Supra meet. There was at least 5 red supras to my one black supra. Black supras are not so common around here.
I know personal experience my car was hit in the frount we wint of the road at 80 car flipped end over end 3 times and landed on the targa top. The drivers side was flat to the door but we were abale to get out the pasinger side. we both walked away the MD coud not beleve what the cops said the car looked like. he said we should be dead or at least have some broken bones not just cuts and stuff.
Look at the size of the B biller on the supra (its big) That car saved my life if I was in a lesser car I would be dead now.
JEBUS CHRIST DUDES!!! I'm truly sorry to hear about your accidents but no wonder it's harder to find these cars without a salvage title/wrecked! What other car do you know of (besides muscle cars that undergo complete frame off restorations) that can be brought back to life after accidents like these, and worse and still hold it's value. I think i have the only non wrecked supra out of the 15 around my area (approx. 20 sq. miles)
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After I have installed all the new seals, BCsprings, retainers, locks and buckets,
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