This 7000-Mile Supra Turbo Sold for $121,000

It's the cleanest Supra we've ever seen. It's also the most expensive.

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Update 1/16/2019: After being sold for $121,000 to a Toyota dealership in Chicago, they have re-listed this Supra for $500,000 on their own site. We reached out to the dealer to see why they did this, and here's what they had to say.

Update 1/3/2019: This 7000-mile Supra just sold for an absurd $121,000, making it the most expensive Mk. IV Supra we've ever seen sell at auction. Crazy? Maybe. But we can't see values going anywhere else but up. Our original article regarding the car's listing on Bring a Trailer, published on December 27th, 2018, can be seen below.

Curious what a perfect Mk. 4 Toyota Supra Turbo looks like? Well, this one on Bring a Trailer, and we think it's the closest you'll get to being a flawless collector car. With just 7000 miles on the odometer, it looks like it hasn't yet rolled off the showroom floor in 1994.

Despite being a quarter-century old, this car has virtually no signs of use, almost as if the owner tucked it inside a vacuum sealed bubble at let it sit until now. All of the paint and body panels are in spectacular condition, as is the two-tone interior. The engine bay, footwells, trunk, and even the undercarriage look like they haven't been exposed to the outside air in years. The tires are marked with a 1994 date code. This truly is one of the cleanest, most unmolested Supras we've ever seen. And unlike the last perfectly clean Supra we saw for sale on Bring a Trailer, this one isn't an automatic—it's a true six-speed manual. Depending on how much you care about investment value, this car's targa roof (versus a fixed hardtop) could be something to note, however. Otherwise, this thing is pretty much perfect.

Supra prices have been going nowhere but up lately, and a booming nostalgia in today's culture for everything '90s has only helped that. This one is in an elite class of quality, so we wouldn't be surprised if it eclipses the six-figure mark. It may sound crazy now, but in ten year's time, who knows? It could be the norm.

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