How do we feel about this 1995 Supra Going for $201,000?

David S.
By David S. Wallens
Aug 5, 2021 | Toyota, Supra, Bring a Trailer

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Yes, it was a stock 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo with a six-speed and just 7000 miles on the odometer. A blip on the radar or a sign of things to come?


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Turbo_Rev New Reader
8/3/21 12:27 p.m.

Looks like supply and demand made everyone a winner again. 


And it's just a continuation of what's been happening for a decade, exacerbated by COVID hijinks. 

pres589 (djronnebaum)
pres589 (djronnebaum) UltimaDork
8/3/21 12:37 p.m.

Didn't we talk about this being a method of money laundering?

grover GRM+ Memberand Dork
8/3/21 12:50 p.m.

My favorite car growing up and I'm now 41. Lots of folks have made money and want what they couldn't have then. I spent a spring break in 1998 driving a black one in Panama City Beach and it was very much fun. Many thanks to my female friend for letting me drive it all weekend. 

Appleseed MegaDork
8/3/21 12:57 p.m.

Remember when the kids of the 60s-70s turned 40-50 and had disposable income? They spent stupid money on these:

Why should 80s-90s kids be any different?

Pete. (l33t FS)
Pete. (l33t FS) GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
8/3/21 1:58 p.m.

In reply to Appleseed :

Right.  IIRC it was a Hemi Challenger that was the first to sell for over a million.

The car was not as old then as a Supra is today.


IIRC it was a one of one color, from 1971, when Hemi production was in single or double digits.  Could be wrong, memory fuzzy.

Appleseed MegaDork
8/3/21 2:06 p.m.

In reply to Pete. (l33t FS) :

I used the Hemi Cuda as brash example, but any cool muscle car with a GT, SS, R/T  moniker pulled dumb money. 

stuart in mn
stuart in mn MegaDork
8/3/21 2:29 p.m.

Blip on the radar.

grover GRM+ Memberand Dork
8/3/21 2:37 p.m.

Good point on the muscle cars. I wouldn't pay 5k for a hemicuda other than resale, but I'd pay a lot for several 90s cars. 

akylekoz SuperDork
8/3/21 2:49 p.m.

Prices mean nothing the the very wealthy.  Even less to me because I have nothing of value to sell.  Investment? Bragging rights?  Just wanted one and has the means?

I like this better than all of the supercars getting smashed up by people with more dollars than sense, maybe it will get cared for.

JesseWolfe Reader
8/3/21 2:58 p.m.

My old boss has/had a 97' spec'd out the same way, he bought around 06' for $30k, with even less miles on it.  Ourisman Toyota in Chantilly VA at the time certified it as the lowest mileage Supra in the US, and offered him $100k for it.  He turned the offer down, and he may still have the car.

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