mr2 1985

Asked by Jan 04, 2009 at 07:26 PM about the 1985 Toyota MR2

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i want to know how i could buy this?

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i have a 1985 mr2 that was intended to be a show car lots of custom the motor has 62000 chassis has 187000 virtually no rust were talking barely needs some tlc like o2 sensor brake pads lh mirror if interested message me back i need a snowmobile for winter

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