3.0 liter 6 cylinder naturally aspirated

Price: US $6,250.00 Item location: Salem, Arkansas, United States
  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: Supra
  • Year: 1986
  • Mileage: 142,192
  • VIN: JT2MA70L2G0022747
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1986 Toyota Supra

1986 Toyota Supra MK3

3.0 liter 6 cylinder naturally aspirated

Automatic Transmission

142,192 miles

*Everything works like it should. I'd drive this car across the country tomorrow.

*Car is in good shape. I'd say a 7/10 cosmetically and 9/10 mechanically. 

*Southern car. No rust.

*This car has been very well taken care of. I bought it from a local family (older adult owned) that had owned it for over twenty years. It was stored inside but had sat for about two years. It had a problem with starting that seemed like an electrical issue. I brought it to my shop and jumped right in and began the restoration with the goal of keeping the car original with a few performance and cosmetic upgrades. I didn't want to go too crazy with time and expense. I put quite a few hours and dollars in this project and love these cars. It has been a blast to work on and drive and I hate to see it go but it's time to start my next project.

*Many parts have been upgraded or replaced and I do have the original parts I removed that can go with the car if interested. It still has the original tool/jack bag and spare tire. Everything is there. 


Brand New Parts/Work Done:

-New factory-code paint with two clear coats and black (textured) roof and hood accent

-Fully adjustable race style coil-over struts

-Custom cold air intake and ram air system

-AC compressor, lines, accumulator, and regulator

-All new hoses, clamps, wire wraps, etc.

-New tires (less than 1000 miles on them) *wider tires on back

-Painted and cleared factory wheels


-Ingniter and Ignition Coil

-E3 spark plugs

-Spark plug wires

-Stainless steel long-tube header

-Cat-back 2.5" exhaust system

-Flowmaster Super 10 muffler

-Custom high flow removable muffler silencer tip

-Timing belt kit

-Water pump

-Head gasket and bolts replaced by previous owner about two years ago

-Transmission filter and fluid

-LED headlights 

-LED fog lights

-Bluetooth stereo system (replaced all factory speakers and added two 12" subs and two 6" full range speakers, Pioneer 1000 watt amp and Kicker 300 watt amp)

-Rear wiper delete

-Added two layers of sound deadening/insulting material to the hatch floor area to help with road noise and to help the sound system clear up. It did wonders for both. I also added a layer of gray carpet that matches the speaker box. (Original carpet is still there just has a few stains that look like bleach or something. I didn't try to shampoo it. It probably could be recolored/dyed to look like new).

*Still has original factory floor mats front and back.

Things to Note:

-The factory trim has seen better days. It's not terrible but if replaced it would make a good difference on the exterior. A trim kit can be bought for around $300-$400. I didn't have the budget for it. You can see from the pictures the shape the trim is in.

-There is some weathering on the front and rear bumpers. It's common for these cars. I didn't take the time or spend the money to fully restore them. I just didn't have the budge for it either. I prepped and painted them just like the rest of the car. There are pictures showing the bumpers. Again, like the trim they aren't terrible but if restored fully they would bring the exterior up to excellent shape.

-Interior in is great shape. There are two or three small cigarette burns (assuming that's what it is) on the driver and passenger seat. That is really the only thing to point out (other than the carpet in the hatch area) that I can think of. Just check the pictures they show everything. Carpet is good. There is a spot on the passenger side carpet under the mat that is worn down. I didn't shampoo the carpet because it's really pretty clean. 

-The overdrive button on the shifter won't click and stay out (which is the overdrive OFF setting). It's a small spring in the switch assembly that has worn out. It worked great up until about a week ago. Again, it's only the "SWITCH" that is not engaging the "OFF" setting. The actual overdrive in the transmission is fine. I disassembled and bypassed the switch to make sure that was the problem. You can buy a new switch for about $40 but I just didn't bother.

I can email more pictures if you want anything specific. Just ask. eBay only allows 24.


Please ask any questions and I will get back to you asap.

I have 100% feedback and I have sold several motorcycles and vehicles on eBay. I pride myself on being transparent and fair. I work on my vehicles in every step of the restorations I do. Please note that this car is 32 years old. It's in great shape but isn't a 2018 model ha! I sell these vehicles as is and with no warranty.

**I can help set up shipping if needed. It's an easy and painless process with the company I use.

 Thanks for looking and I hope you bid with confidence.

Good luck and have a great day!!

- Justin H.