how much can i get for a running (but in need of work) 1985 toyota supra?

Asked by Nov 03, 2014 at 04:18 PM about the Toyota Supra

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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 years before it was decided to try to get it road worthy again we
invested a couple  grand in New parts for this car but to no avail. Because the car is so
old the toyota dealer couldn't get accurate diagnostic codes and was unable to pinpoint
the actual problem. This car is a classic that still runs its just in need of some t.l.c and I
would rather sell the car out right then part it out..how much is my inheritance worth??
please help

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1500$ to 2500$ running.

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