Bone Stock Perfection
The black finish on this car looks lovely from every angle, shimmering in the sun. It has been garaged since day one, never driven in winter and never been in an accident. As well, there is no rust present and no history of paint or bodywork. This is a targa-top example with the removable roof panel shown on, and off, in the gallery along with a small rooftop dent.
Exterior highlights include the flush-fitted headlamp housings that include fog lamps, rear-fender brake scoops and integrated rear spoiler. It is an incredibly swoopy style with classic long hood-short deck grand touring proportions.
The original, staggered-width 17” alloy wheels are fitted, with staining and scuffing documented in the gallery. They are wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza S-02 rubber all around, sized 205/50 up front and 255/40 out back. The factory braking system consists of four-corner, ventilated discs with an innovative four-channel, four-sensor ABS setup.
This system includes a lateral-g sensor to modulate rear-braking pressure. Four-piston calipers clamp 12.7” rotors up front with two-piston rears clamping 12.8” discs. All of this technology led to the MKIV Supra setting a braking performance record in Car and Driver testing that held until 2004.
Simple, Analog Goodness
The all-black cabin on this 1994 Supra Turbo has an interesting highlight. As seen in the gallery, the front buckets are upholstered in cloth, while the rears are upholstered in leather. Per the owner, this is how the car was delivered new with no changes made since original purchase. Overall, seat wear is minimal as documented in the gallery.
The four-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel fronts analog instrumentation including a combination coolant temperature and fuel level gauge, 8,000-rpm tachometer, and 300 km/h speedometer. A digital screen atop the center stack displays the odometer readout.
Amenities include cruise control, steering column tilt-adjustment, power-adjustable side mirrors, automatic climate control, power windows, and power locks. Overall, interior surfaces appear to be in very good condition including seals and targa-top connection points.
Other features include a dash-mounted digital clock and black floor mats with white Supra script. The car retains its factory AM/FM/cassette deck stereo and, shortly after purchase, the owner installed an Alpine multi-disc CD changer in the trunk.
Sitting in a pristine engine bay is the original 3.0L twin-turbo 2JZ-GTE inline-six that made a stout 320 horsepower and 315 lb-ft of torque when new. It works with an air-to-air intercooler and sends power to the rear wheels via the original four-speed automatic with Torsen limited-slip differential.
Additional factory highlights include speed-sensitive, rack-and-pinion steering, manual shift mode, traction control and double wishbones at all four corners.
Service records from new will accompany the sale with the most recent maintenance, consisting of a tune-up at a Toyota dealership, performed in Spring 2021. An engine bay sticker indicates the timing belt was replaced in September 2014 with 66,977 kilometers on the car. There are no known mechanical issues with the car.
Located in Montreal, Quebec, this Canadian-spec 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo was purchased new by the seller, who has added all of the 76,198 kilometers (47,337 miles). Factory documentation, toolkit and Supra folio will accompany the sale of this stunning, unmodified MKIV Supra Turbo.
Along with low mileage, a lifetime of diligent care and fair-weather driving, this particular Supra is completely original – an increasingly rare opportunity these days.