1991 Toyota Mr2 Red With A Jdm Turbo 3s-gte Swap on 2040-cars
Watsontown, Pennsylvania, United States
1991 Toyota MR2, 142k on the body, 50k on the Engine swap.
Just a couple bolt ons. I drive it every day.
It's got a K&N intake, KO Racing catback exhaust, XS Power intercooler, new poly motor mounts, LSD transmission, SPEC clutch, 1999 TRD tail light conversion, carbon fiber engine lid, carbon fiber hood, carbon fiber gas cap cover.
Plus, I just replaced the Limited Slip axles, hubs, knuckles, engine mounts, rear tires, and 4 wheel alignment. Cost over $2300.00.
Engine swap alone cost over $3000.00. Comes with 225HP from the factory.
It will also come with the original engine lid, hood, 2 new front tires, the JDM center console, and a cheesy fiberglass Veilside style body kit.
There might be more. Not sure.
Priced to SELL FAST!!
Toyota MR2 for Sale
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