1992 Toyota Mr2 Base Coupe 2-door 2.2l on 2040-cars
Allston, Massachusetts, United States
Selling my beloved 1992 Toyota MR2.
I am the second owner, previous owner was a female. California car,
drove the car from Los Angeles in 2010 to Boston. I've put 65,000
flawless miles on the car and the engine has been well mainted.
- pass door
- pass fender
- Timing belt at 155,000
- water pump
Regular oil changes and always used 93 octane. Engine is toyota's bulletproof 5S-FE
this would make a great daily driver or a good father/son project.
The car will need
- Tire rods inner and outer
- Brake pads ( rotors were down all around about 30k miles ago)
- Price includes the brake pads, you install.
I really don't want to get rid of the car, but as I have a new camry and
bills, the garage rental and the insurance and no time to drive it, I
am selling it.
Clean Massachusetts Title on hand. Cash gets it.
Inspection expired 4/2014 - Will pass, and Mass law requires re-inspection on transfer.
Toyota MR2 for Sale
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