Thanks to Darren Ortiz De Silva for showing me this!
Link to auction : http://page4.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/d137820901
This is the first turboA I’ve seen up for auction in Japan for a long time. It looks pretty well worn and with only 17,000kms on it you’d have to assume it died and has sat unused for a while. There does appear to be a heap of rust in the windscreen wipers and engine bay – which all appears genuine turboA (not Group A as the auction suggests).
The Australian price, based on the conversion rate right now works out to $5,790.25 Aus. Include shipping, taxes and all the other crap that goes with getting a ship transported over and you might get this for $8,000-$9,000 which is way cheaper than any turboA on Australian soil (well, of those that run).
Saw this car parked at the home maker center near gepps cross. I assume he/she works there as it was parked away from the stores.
Stumbled across this yesterday, another great photo of the MA running some laps. I’m not sure where this was taken, perhaps Eastern creek (that was the last showing I know of).
Heaps of very detailed stats of the GroupA racer, loads of photos of the race car, in and outside, plus if you have a question the guys that run that site are very knowledgeable on all things Supra and I’m sure they’ll be happy to help.
Check turbosupras.com the index page is not working at the moment so use this link;
Here a few photos from turbosupras.com
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