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1990 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo

ID 003342 JZA700003342

Price $22,500


Year : 1990
Make : Toyota
Model : Supra
Miles : 84,402
Transmission : Automatic
Engine : 1JZ-GTE 2.5L Twin Turbo
cylinders : 6
Drivetrain : Rear Wheel Drive
Doors : 2 Doors
Stock : 003342
Fuel Type : Gasoline
VIN : JZA700003342


1990 Toyota Supra 2.5 Twin Turbo (RHD) Right Hand Drive Automatic


Walkaround Video: https://youtu.be/B66So-b9PMc

Driving Video: https://youtu.be/lpu7Zf295hM

It's equipped with a metric instrument cluster, and its odometer shows only (135,833 Kilometers) which is 84,402 Miles. Toyota released the Twin Turbo in 1990 as the lightest and quickest variant of the third-generation Supra. Never sold in the United States. Power comes from a 2.5-liter "1JZ-GTE" straight-6, which produces 276 horsepower and 268 lb-ft of torque and its rear wheel drive.

This Supra is a Japanese-spec, right-hand-drive car that's titled in Washington State

Vin # JZA700003342

Toyota Motor Corporation Tag 30881

  • Engine: 1JZ-GTE
  • Color 202 FK14 (Black exterior Grey Interior)
  • Trans/Axle A342E G319
  • Plant/Built A53


  • 16-inch wheels
  • Sport suspension
  • Cloth upholstery
  • Recaro front sport seats
  • Split-folding rear seats
  • Power-folding door mirrors
  • Power-operated windows
  • Power-operated door locks
  • Air conditioning

Imported to USA October 2020

11/17/2020 Complete Inspection performed; All fluids changed

12/3/2020 Proper steering wheel installed and turn signals and lights connected properly

New steering knuckle installed

Third Generation (JZA70) 1986-1993

The Supra name already enjoyed a stellar reputation by the time the third-generation model arrived in 1986. Called A70 internally, it received a more powerful naturally-aspirated engine (forced induction was added later) plus styling revisions inside and out. Unlike the Celica line that it split from, it kept its rear-wheel-drive layout.

2,491 cc (2.5 L; 152.0 cu in) 1JZ-GTE twin-turbocharged I6 276 lb⋅ft (363 N⋅m) 4-speed A340E automatic (The detachable bell housing, which attaches the main transmission case to the engine, has an engine-specific bolt pattern, which appears on its upper surface as cast-in letters. "J" indicates the straight-6 1/2-JZ engine, "U" the V8 UZ engine0 Japan Market

For the 1990 model year, changes included larger protective laminate in front of rear wheels, lower redline (owing to the heavier crank with cylinders 2 & 5 counterbalanced), redesigned steering wheel with cruise control relocated to a stalk on the right side. Modifications to the wastegate actuator, feed location and engine management increased power output by 1.5 kW (2 hp; 2 PS) on the turbo modelIn addition to an airbag and airbag indicator light on dashboard, the left side of the switch panel was also redesigned, which replaced one of the coin slots with the dimmer. The lower dashboard panel became a two piece design, which was also much heavier than the previous one piece panel owing to a change in material. Finally, the memory lever on the steering column was removed. In short, a plethora of the changes for the 1989 and 1990 were from the interior. Turbo models received three piece spoiler with an integrated LED brake light. The changes made to the cross member and mounts made to accommodate the (1JZ engine) for Japanese models. The protective body molding was also changed by taking away the steel reinforcement. This made the molding lighter and prevented the rusting problem found on the previous year models. All models received rear 3-point seat belts to replace the previous years' two-point lap belts. New tail lights, front bumper with integrated lower grille (as opposed to the previous years' detachable grille), side mirrors, turn signals, upper grilles, foglights, steering wheel, door panels, climate control, window switches and bezels, and stereo. Addition of coat hooks on B-pillar and removal of rear seat pockets round out interior changes

Hagerty Valuation Guide

1990 Toyota Supra Turbo

#1 Concours condition $59,700

#2 Excellent condition $34,900

#3 Good condition $17,900*

#4 Fair condition $9,400

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11200 Kirkland Way Suite 350, Kirkland WA 98033


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