Sometimes cars deserve a second chance. We think that’s certainly the case with this MkIV Toyota Supra, which suffered an unfortunate fate thanks to an engine bay fire. It’s now for sale on Facebook Marketplace. Will you save it?
The car was rebuilt professionally, according to the seller’s description. There’s no telling where exactly the fire originated, but the ad claims it was contained to the engine bay, despite the charred fender and ruined windshield. The car also needs both driver and passenger side windows replaced. But at least the interior came away from the event relatively unscathed.
The car was originally sold in Japan and imported to the U.S. via the 25-year rule. As such, it’s right-hand drive. Judging by photos the engine, along with everything else in the bay, looks completely toast. It’s no huge loss as this was a naturally aspirated 2JZ, not a highly sought-after turbo example.
The car is for sale right now in Cranston, Rhode Island with a clean Massachusetts title with an asking price of $25,000—about market price for a MkIV roller without an engine these days. We suspect this car will take a bit more work to get to proper roller status, but for the right DIYer, it might be worth it.
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