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Hello all im a new member of this forum and i verry love Toyota .
:smile_big: I am going to buy a new car soon it will be my first i was thinking of the 1994 and up toyota supra's non turbo cause p plate i was gonna build it up Nice black Red trimmed wheels what do you guys think ?
 

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Welcome to the forum!

I think it will be hard to find a well-maintained model of supra now. What mileage and price are you expecting to see?
 

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Hello all im a new member of this forum and i verry love Toyota .
:smile_big: I am going to buy a new car soon it will be my first i was thinking of the 1994 and up toyota supra's non turbo cause p plate i was gonna build it up Nice black Red trimmed wheels what do you guys think ?
Hi and welcome!

So what do you think the next model will be ..... a serious off- roader , or a crossover?
 

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Welcome to the forum!

I think it will be hard to find a well-maintained model of supra now. What mileage and price are you expecting to see?
Not exactly hard to find one but its more of a question of how much are you willing to pay. Most mint condition Supra's will go for a hefty price but at the same time some that need a lot of love can be just as rewarding to own. At least you can put mileage on without any guilt.
 

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Hello all im a new member of this forum and i verry love Toyota .
:smile_big: I am going to buy a new car soon it will be my first i was thinking of the 1994 and up toyota supra's non turbo cause p plate i was gonna build it up Nice black Red trimmed wheels what do you guys think ?
Welcome to the forum!

That's one of the most iconic Toyota vehicles IMO, however, I have a question for you. If your dream vehicle is 1994-... Supra, what do you want to find on this TJ Cruiser forum?
 

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If you're serious about that 94' Supra then it will be one of the best decisions you will have made given how the car industry will be in 20-30 years from now. We're living in one of the best times to own a car from the 90's since they are affordable, parts are cheap enough to get and they were the last of the purist cars that some of us still want.

Oh yeah... unlike modifying a new car, that 94' Supra could increase in value or maintain it at worst.
 
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