1993 Toyota Supra RZ
UPDATE 02/06/2019: We ordered a brand new Sparco R100 Tuner Seat (and all supporting components) to replace the driver seat. Once we receive the seat and install it, we will update the pictures. If the car is purchased prior to this, the seat will still be included with the sale of this car unless the buyer chooses not to have it included.
189,872 km or 117,981 miles
Aftermarket fiberglass hood
Aftermarket front bumper
Aftermarket side skirts
Aftermarket rear bumper
Aftermarket lip spoiler
Nardi steering wheel
Aftermarket driver’s racing seat and Sabelt
Razo Solid Sport Multi Select Turbo Timer
Alltechnni coolant temp gauge
Alltechnni oil temp gauge
Blitz boost gauge
Greddy exhaust and oil temp, oil pressure gauge in glove box pack
HKS Vein Pressure Converter
HKS Scramble Boost Controller
HKS Electronic Valve Controller
Greddy Variable Pressure Sensor
This 1993 Supra RZ has all the makings of a track day beast. With a driver’s racing seat that will keep you snug during hard corners, to a lightweight, stripped interior. The 3.0 TT 2JZ-GTE pulls hard and smoothly through the rev range. The car has a few cosmetic mods on the exterior, with an aftermarket body kit, wing delete, and Advan wheels. The V160 Getrag transmission still has a rock solid feel, with a positive engagement. And this car still has an a/c system that can keep you cool during harsh Florida summers.
Starting production in 1993 and lasting until 2002, the A80 Toyota Supra was Toyota’s answer to the GTR. With an available twin-turbo 2JZ-GTE and 6-speed Getrag V160/161 transmission (depending on year of production), the Supra stood ahead of many of its competitors, including cars costing tens of thousands more. Horsepower in Japan was limited to 276 per the Gentleman’s Agreement, but export models were increased to 320. The body was also an aggressive leap forward with styling that has not shown its age, and completes its iconic status. 0-60 was achieved in 4.6 seconds with the quarter mile marker flying past in 13.1 seconds at 109 mph. For stopping, the Supra utilized a Formula-One style braking system that allowed it to go from 70-0 in just 149 ft, a record that stood until 2004 when it was finally beaten by the vastly more expensive Porsche Carrera GT.
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Engine Type: Gasoline
Engine Size: 3.0 Inline-6 TT
Transmission Type: 6 Speed Manual
Body Color: Silver
Chassis Number (VIN): JZA80-0006920