Autotrader Find: Pristine 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo … Automatic

If you’re looking for a special 1990s sports car, you’ve undoubtedly zeroed in on the Toyota Supra. Short of the Lamborghini Diablo and the Ferrari 550 Maranello, the Supra is among the most desirable sports cars of the 1990s — and nice ones are now selling for big money, reaching well over $100,000.

This particular 1994 Supra has it all. It’s a pristine car, unmodified unlike so many that have been "upgraded" to the hilt. It’s in perfect condition, with a gorgeous red exterior and a beautiful tan interior. The Carfax report shows that it’s a one-owner car, and notes no accidents. And it’s traveled just 55,000 miles. It has it all. Except …

Except it’s an automatic. This 1994 Supra Turbo is perfect in every way, except it falls just short of what everyone wants thanks to its transmission: automatic, rather than the more desirable manual. This has an effect on the price, of course, but the amazing thing is just how much of an effect it has: while pristine manual cars in this condition can easily bring $100,000, this one is listed for just $66,950. That original owner might regret picking the automatic all those years ago.

Still, this can be a fun way to get a "Mark IV" Supra for cheap — and if you’re feeling adventurous, you can always convert it to a manual. This Supra is now offered by Street Toyota in Amarillo, Texas, and it shows beautifully. It’s just a shame there are only two pedals in the driver footwell. Find a Toyota Supra for sale

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