1984 Toyota Supra Overview

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1984 Toyota Supra Overview

The Toyota Supra saw a few changes for 1984. The headlights were redesigned to wrap-around headlights, and the "Supra" sticker was moved from the rear pillar to the hatch. The interior was also redesigned, and the speedometer now went up to 130 mph instead of 85. The engine on the manual got a small boost in horsepower.

The 1984 Toyota Celica came with a 2.8-liter dual overhead cam engine with 150 horsepower for the automatic and 160 for the manual. It also came in two trim levels, the P-type (Performance Type) and L-type (Luxury Type.) The P-type came with sporty options such as eight-way adjustable seats. The L-type was available with higher end options such as leather seats, a digital dash, and a high-tech trip computer.

Drivers of the 1984 Supra love the way it looks and performs. They say the handling is excellent and the engine will last forever with regular maintenance. Many drivers have a problem with rust.

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1984 Supra Parts Compatiblity

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How Much Would They Go For Now?

I'm trying to sell a 1984 Toyota Supra, automatic, with 83,000 original miles on it. What kind of asking price should be attached to this?

Rear Spring Lower Insulatior

Toyota in Canada and US don't stock the lower rear spring insulator any longer. Can I get these from Japan and if so how. If not are there any suppliers that might have ones that would fit.