1991 Toyota Supra Non-Turbo I-6 3.0L DOHC from North America
Truly a Toyota classic; I love this car, even if I do have to sell it one day
Power steering line leak.
Spark plug cover.
Gasket went bad, leaking oil right into the top of the cylinders through plugs (replaced with Napa oil drain bolt gaskets).
Mystery problem with dash and side marker lights (fixed by hard wiring it, probably bad light switch on steering wheel).
Hood shocks went bad, replaced for 80 bucks.
Internal distributor bearing went bad; leaks oil inside of distributor cap and out the drain hole and onto the engine block, smoking the oil off (whole distributor must be replaced to fix).
Alternator fried and caught on fire, replaced with 120Amp.
Shift knob wore out.
Rear axle side shaft gasket just went bad, leaking axle oil.
I feel this car has done well and wore like a normal car does. Plus I must add on the possibility of the head gasket blowing (due to manufacture mistake), but coolant level hasn't lost a drop yet. But if anything does happen, I would happily ship to IPP to bore it out and rebuild.
Handles really well and is smooth and refined; this car belongs on the highway at high speeds.
This car is actually one of the most comfortable vehicles I have owned; not something I expected when I was looking around for a smaller japanese sports car.
Don't let the designation fool you, this is really a 2 seater with imitation rear seats.
Gets a lot of looks on the streets and parking lots, even some "Supra!!" from people on the side walks.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th August, 2007