2000 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo from North America - Comments

6th May 2001, 21:25

Me too!

How did you get it in the States?

I knew you can import and get them converted to left-hand drive, but that ends up costing about $100,000 when you're all done with it. Who imported it and where to?

Plastique1013@hotmail.com.

26th May 2001, 09:02

Me too! I'm very interested in this car and I'd love to know how you imported the car!

Joe

mrjsc@ix.netcom.com.

24th Jun 2001, 12:15

I am also very interested in how you got the car imported. Any info would be appreciated.

Not@telusplanet.net.

24th Jun 2001, 22:54

I was also wondering how you imported this car. I am a huge Supra fan and I would like you to tell me how you went about doing it.

Rupdog98@yahoo.com

16th Jul 2001, 10:44

I as well would love to hear the story on how to import this wonderful car. I've been looking to buy a 97 or 98 supra. but I can't find one. so if I can get one from Japan it would be great. Thanx a lot.

Coolguy3287@aol.com.

24th Aug 2001, 18:06

Could you please send me info on how you imported the car as well.

raymonde@sunbeach.net.

9th Sep 2001, 14:17

I seem to be following the trend on this page. I would also like to hear how you imported this great car.

Grammaticon@hotmail.com

16th Oct 2001, 00:42

Me too =) Excidium28@musclemail.com.

24th Oct 2001, 12:25

Me Three...

Raptor418@n2mail.com.

25th Nov 2001, 19:23

I want to know too.

AznPimp477@aol.com.

26th Nov 2001, 18:29

Well I would like to know how much it cost to buy the car. I'm going over seas for the Air Force and wanted a price quote.

7th Feb 2002, 23:07

I would like to know also how you imported it. How much did it cost and if I can get just the twin turbo engine and transmission fitted to a 1992 Toyota Paseo?

Sonicg32@hotmail.com

14th May 2002, 13:06

Please tell me how you imported the car, and how much it ended up costing you. thanks

mxkjk2@excite.com.

17th May 2002, 00:32

Importing a car like the Supra will not cost you 100.000 dollars. Buying a Skyline GTR from an import house will cost 85 grand. A note on converting to left hand drive: why bother? Its fully legal everywhere I've seen to have right hand drive. For the guy in the Air Force: If you are going to Japan, it depends on the region you are looking for the car in as to what the price will be. anywhere between 5 and 15 thousand, condition and all variables considered there.

10th Jun 2002, 14:22

I would like to know the price and steps of importing a Supra TT from Japan. I am currently looking into a 1993/4 Black RZ TT: 53000 miles, Bill Stein Suspension, Greddy Air Filter, Greddy dump valve, boost gauge, TEMP gauge, turbo timer, REZAX 18 inch alloys, after market exhaust.

$ 11000 export, but I want to know the additional costs in shipping it over.

Ktsang@ucsd.edu.

17th Oct 2002, 08:58

Supra engine in a peso? You are kidding aren't you? It's a straight 6, and there's no way you could fit such a cool big engine transversely in a little corolla-based front-wheel drive car like a paseo...

20th Feb 2003, 11:30

I own a 1979 Toyota (Celica) Supra and I'm on my way to getting a MarkIII or IV. I am very intrigued on whether you are getting a new designed Supra imported from Japan, or are you getting the regular MKIV design. Please email me @ s_elavia@yahoo.com Thanks.

24th Apr 2003, 20:34

I would like to know how you bought a car from japan... please send me websites where I can do that.

Luke

acegronski@attbi.com.

29th Apr 2003, 04:59

I ordered a 1999 Twin Turbo Toyota Supra from japan yesterday. A good friend of mine ordered 2 JDM Preludes and I was curious if he could get me a 1999-2000 supra... I have heard the stories... but never believed a lot of it. when he asked me if I wanted a 93 for 7500. I was like HELL YEA! and then he told me to wait on my exitement... he told me that I could import a 1999 Twin Turbo Toyota Supra with shipping and all for $16,775 and tell you what my friends I already have a 5 page list of parts that is going in this car... This time next year... I will have the fastest JDM in the USA (projected output) and will most likely says Super Street magazine steal the cover for the April 2004. It will be ended with around 880 HP running at least 10 in the 1/4 mile. so for all you that think it cannot be done.. yeah it can.

1st Jun 2003, 15:18

You gotta be yokin!!!

7th Jul 2003, 10:01

I would like to receive information on how to purchase a Toyota Supra year of 90 or higher. Preferably 98, if that is possible. I am interested in any information I can get. If importing really is an option, could I please have information on that as well? I would like to know how I would go about importing, how long it would take to import, and how much money it costs.

My e-mail address is Cortbear80@hotmail.com

Thank you.

26th Aug 2003, 22:49

What are the step needed to make a 1999 or so legal to register and drive in USA? I am currently in japan and seen many supra for sale and very cheap price and I am thinking to bring 1 in the USA..

NickFaustino@aol.com.

31st Aug 2003, 20:13

Hi from New Zealand ppl :-)

My wife and I are the proud owners of five Supra's, 1988 through to 1996. They are indeed wonderful cars and Soooo reliable!

Sorry.. Can't help you folks with importing left-hand drive Supra's to the States :- (.. We drive on the right (Left) side of the road in this country! lol

Did any of you get a reply from the original poster of this thread?.. It doesn't show on the message board that I can see.

Cheers and all the best in your Supra hunting.

8th Apr 2004, 05:03

Hey I'm an AUSSIE

I'm a big fan of supra's too, but yea like the NZ guy we on the left unlike uS

I've got a 1998 Supra that costed me $20000 in Australia

How much does it cost in the US?

Cheers guys.

14th Apr 2004, 10:35

About $40k.

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