Toyota Supra 1983-2000 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Toyota Supra 1983-2000 market review

Publicity generated by the massive money paid recently for a spectacular RZ Twin-Turbo must result in greater awareness of all 1990s Supras.

Prices for the latest Twin-Turbo cars in the local market have already topped $50,000 and must surely increase.

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Versions of the RZ dating back to 1993 are up also on last year’s average. Non-turbo SZ cars look similar to the mega-power turbos but are less than half the price.

Late-1980s single turbo MA70 models did well in production racing but so far have generated minimal interest and prices still sit in the $10-15,000 range.

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On the way up are Celica-based MA61s that were sold in Australia with 2.8-litre engines and are enjoying strong  growth internationally.

Average cars will reach $15,000 and we saw one vendor confidently asking $25,000.

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Supra 2.8 $14,600 [5] 

Supra Turbo 1986-92 $11,390 [11]

Supra SZ 1993-96 $14,580 [33] 

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1993-95 $31,640 [19]

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1996-99 $52,000 [22]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Japanese car Market Value Guide.


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