1986 Toyota Mr2 on 2040-cars
Madisonville, Kentucky, United States
|For sale is a 1986 Toyota MR2 Base. It is the N/A model with an automatic transmission. From the walk around there showed to be no rust and only small imperfections throughout car (paint flaking on bottom of front fascia, broken driver mirror, etc.) Overall, the vehicle is in amazing condition for a vehicle made in 1986.
- Good tread on tires.
- Seats show no wear
- Interior in great condition
- Clear title with no accidents.
- 57,087 miles.
- Broken driver mirror
- Trunk release inop
- Paint flaking on bottom of front fascia
- Wear and tear of an older vehicle.
This is a "no reserve" auction with the winner being the highest bidder. The winner is responsible for transportation/shipping of vehicle. KY residents must pay a 6% sales tax of winning price.
Toyota MR2 for Sale
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