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In the United States, the Cressida was also known as a "four-door Supra", because the Supra and Cressida shared the same M series I6 engine, had rear-wheel drive, and were both flagship cars for Toyota at the time.

im looking to buying a used car i can make in to a race car. can i do it with this 1984 toyota cressida?

would the supra turbo kits work?













 

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MKIIs are not ugly, that is for sure altimasupra.

My first car was an 84 cressida, very smooth car. If you want to build a sleeper, it wouldn't be a bad idea. Now by race car, do you mean handling or drag racer? Drag would be easy on that car, you could fit a 1jz, 2jz, or 7m in there with minor modifications.
 

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MKIIs are not ugly, that is for sure altimasupra.

My first car was an 84 cressida, very smooth car. If you want to build a sleeper, it wouldn't be a bad idea. Now by race car, do you mean handling or drag racer? Drag would be easy on that car, you could fit a 1jz, 2jz, or 7m in there with minor modifications.
Maybe i wasn't very clear. The mx73 cress is closely related to the mk2 supra. The mx73 cressida is fucking ugly compared to the x83.
 

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I understood that you were talking about the MKII Supra, and I wanted to say that they are not ugly cars.
 
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