1991 Toyota Mr2 Turbo With T-top. Sport Car on 2040-cars
Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States
|Put up for auction with NO RESERVE is 1991 Toyota MR2 2.0L Turbocharged, runs and drives very well.
Great project car. One of a kind vehicle.
Has following upgrades:
Racing Steering Wheel
Power Accoustik PTID-4005 DVD/CD/MP4/AM/FM stereo
Ventus HRII Tires
17" custom wheels with:
Model: MR2 Turbo
Style/Body: Coupe 2D
Engine: 2.0L Turbocharged
Interior: Black leather interior
Exterior Color: Red
The car has a couple issues that I know of. Paint imperfections, a crack on the windshield, after starting the engine radiator fans work at all times.
The speedometer stopped working, it was functioning correctly when I purchased the car, and it is at 146,000 miles, the car has not been driven after purchase.
Give us a call at 978-989-9000
Text messages and after hours: 978-566-2240
We can assist with delivery and shipping depending on the location.
292 Lowell Street
Lawrence, MA 01841
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