valuation TOYOTA MR2

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Asked by rlarrow Jun 24, 2009 at 01:55 PM about the 1994 Toyota MR2 Turbo T-bar

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

My friend owns a dog rescue that received a MR2 turbo as a donation. What's it worth? We've had $8500 to $10,000 offered so far? Some have told us it could be a $20,000 car.

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Joshua Johnson
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According to the statistics i've been able to dig up there were only 908 1994 MR2's sold in the US. I couldn't find how many were turbo in '94 but in '95 it was less than a third. This should give you an idea of how hard they are to find. In order to help you with the price you'd need to post some pics and what you know about the car. Depending on the condition of the car and features it could go for more than $20k, I've seen it before. Good luck!

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