Evaluation: Showing 32,475 believable miles and has no visible performance mods. But it looks even cleaner than those low miles would suggest. Carefully owned and never messed with, which is something very rarely seen on a third gen Supra.
Bottom Line: The MK III Supra will always live in the shadow of the tuner icon and technical marvel that was the MK IV car, but they’re solid cars in their own right and the Supra name certainly carries cachet, so they are desirable and appreciating modern classics. Given this one’s clean condition and stock configuration it could have sold for more, but it’s still worth noting that just a few years ago this would have been a sub-$20K car.