• Hi Guest, welcome to TCG 2.0. Please refer to the FAQ in User Support before you do anything else. It will make the transition MUCH easier.

    IF YOU ARE SEEING AN "OOPS" ERROR PAGE, IT IS LIKELY BECAUSE YOUR BROWSER HAS NOT UPDATED YOUR CACHE. YOU CAN EITHER CLICK FORUMS AT THE TOP LEFT OR VISIT THECHICAGOGARAGE.COM AND BOOKMARK THAT. - Love, Mook

Bone stock Supra................. $173k

Mook

El Presidente
Admin
Joined
May 23, 2007
Messages
162,578
Reaction score
729
Location
Elgin
Unreal

https://jalopnik.com/somebody-just-paid-173-600-for-this-stock-1994-toyota-1833178258

I don’t have the energy to be incredulous anymore, fam. But if I did, I’d be wide-eye head-shaking all over the place after hearing that a 1994 Toyota Supra sold for an ungodly sum of $173,600 at this weekend’s Amelia Island car auction.

At first I wasn’t sure if that outrageous sale price was real; I saw it reported on one Instagram page and nowhere else. But Sotheby’s director of public relations has confirmed to me that, indeed, this 1994 Toyota Supra turbo targa manual with black paint and a tan interior, and 11,200 miles on its odometer, sold Friday for $173,600 including a buyer’s premium.
 

10sec

I haz dat teddy bear smile.
Donating Member
Joined
Jul 26, 2008
Messages
23,210
Reaction score
32
ZERO surprise. But at the same time for Supra owners :fy:
 

IDAFC21

WOW.
Super Moderator
Donating Member
Joined
May 23, 2007
Messages
39,273
Reaction score
61
Location
Avondale, AZ
So it only took about 25 years for the Supra to hit 6 figures. Guess I can hang on to the GTO for another 10 years....
 

nytebyte

Not Politically Correct
Joined
Mar 2, 2004
Messages
7,548
Reaction score
50
Would rather buy used Ferrari or Lambo for that kind of dough.
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Top Bottom