93-95 sold for $55,000 + alot of them brought $10,000 over that they were very hard to get
96-98 sold for $38,400 and were fully loaded at $46,400 but dont dream of finding a 98 for under $40k if you are looking for a nice six speed used 97s six speed around 37-30 and the rest unless single turboed under of at close to 18-30+
I know it is weird but this is what the cars are bringing in
they dicontinued them in 98 although autos are more rare because they made less of them the six speed cars are in higher demand right now and bring in higher dollar amounts
although I like auto better works out great for me ...
but dont expect anysupra owner to give you the car at or below blue book ... although some have sold at or under most owners now know that there car is in high demand and asking $1-10 thousand dollars more then blue book and as crazy as that is they are getting it they only produced 11200 supras sold in the united states and only around 6 thousand twin turbos around 300 hard tops 3000 six speeds and 2700 auto the rarest year for six speed is in 1998 they only produced 279 six speeds and 170 autos if you are lucky enough to have the cash to purchase one I highly suggest it ....you will never lose your $$$$ best investment I have ever made
I bought a supra in 1999 for 30 grand and put 25000 miles on it then just sold it for 37 grand
Big difference in sticker price and selling price most times.
My sticker on '94 TT was about $44K but it probably went for over $50K (I sure couldn't afford it new.)
Of course, Toyota raised the sticker $10K in '96 and had to drop it back the next year.
I bought my Red '95 TT in May of 1995 for $44K, brand new. Paid an additional $2500 for an extended (useless) warranty. Still feels brand new almost 7 years later. The car payments were hell - but well worth it. It's nice to know that I have a hot car that's completely mine now.