Toyota Supra Model Overview
Toyota Supra Cars
1988 Toyota Supra Idles But Will Not Move Under It's Own Power
I just recently completely rebuilt the engine in a 88 Supra Turbo. It will idle but once I step on the accelerator the car will just die. I followed the timing instructions per the repair manual. I...
What Car Parts Are Compatible With My 1994 Supra?
How Can I Disconnect The Security Alarm
I have had a problem with my security alarm going off, opening the doors, with the doors closed and in the middle of the nite. I own a 1987 supre (non turbo. On a schmatic I see the computer is on th...
How Much Can I Get For A Running (but In Need Of Work) 1985 Toyota Supra?
I inherited a 1985 toyota supra from a family member recently. She was the only owner and took great care of the car while it was her primary transportation. Since it had set up for a number of year...
Body Work Estimate
My husband owns a 1994 supra TT. Today one of my horse saddles fell off a shelf and dented the front fender and left a horrible scuff mark on it!!! How much would it cost to get quality body work do...
About the Toyota Supra
The Toyota Supra was introduced in 1979 as part of the Celica line. The Supra also descends from the 2000GT supercar, namely in the form of the engine. The first-generation Supra closely resembled the Celica in looks, only it was 1 inch longer and had an inline 6-cylinder instead of the Celica's 4-cylinder engine.
The Supra struck out on its own as a separate model in 1986, the third-generation Supra. The Celica went to front-wheel drive that year, but Supra enthusiasts were pleased to see that the Supra remained a rear-wheel-drive vehicle.
The Supra, especially the fourth generation, is popular for racing and was made famous by its starring role in the film "The Fast and the Furious."
Toyota halted sales in 1998 in the U.S. (although it continued production until 2001 in Japan), and despite rumors circulating that a new Supra is in the works for 2007 or 2008, it seems that Toyota has no plans for the Supra in the foreseeable future. However, Toyota's lack of a high-performance vehicle along the lines of the Honda S2000 or the Nissan Z helps these rumors persist.