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1993 Toyota Mr2 N/a (non Turbo) Excellent Condition Steel Mist Gray on 2040-cars

US $5,800.00
Year:1993 Mileage:132507
Location:

United States

United States

Up for Auction is my 1993 Steel Mist Gray 1993 MR2.
132,507 miles - AutomaticTrans / Sunroof

NO RESERVE!!!!!!!!! Bid starts at $4800.00

See my youtube video of the car: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5mSCYqTuhI

EVERYTHING on this car works!!!!!!!
Well, everything but the power door locks, they work with the key and the slider but the power switch for the door locks doesn't. EVERYTHING else on this car works!

This is a non turbo car, 2.2 liter 4 cylinder, I believe 135 horsepower and I believe the car only weighs around 2600 pounds!

This car is almost 100% completely stock! Good luck finding one of these that hasn't been modified completely! I had tint put on the windows and the front parking lights and turn signals, I also had red tint put on the amber part of the tail lights. There is a Sony AV CENTER-64BT in it, very nice, but everything else on the car is STOCK! I also have the original stereo for the car, plus the owner's manual, some repair manuals , the Sony Manual and some original paperwork from the dealer!

I have had this car for only 4 months and I love it! I do not want to sell this car but I just don't fit in it!. I am 6 foot one and 240 pounds. I like to sit upright and if I adjust the seat to where my back doesn't hurt then my head hits the roof! 


This car has been 100% reliable for me and gets 25 mpg or better, and that's in town!
My feedback is 100% so you can believe me when I say this is a great car, I would not hesitate to drive it anywhere. It is ready to be driven home by the buyer!

This MR2 is 100% mechanically sound and ready for the road and the A/C works great! Again, Everything works, turn signals, interior lights, horn, cruise control, etc !

The only Bad:
 There is a tiny wear on the drivers seat (see picture)
There are two touched up paint chips on the rear spoiler (see pictures)
The front and rear bumpers (plastic) need to be repainted but they are presentable
The paint has faded a little on the rear view mirrors and spoiler and bumper plastic and door handles (see pics)
There is a small wave in the drivers front fender (see pic), hardly noticeable
There is a small couple of dings that would not photograph and are not noticeable on passenger rear fender.
The rear tires are really worn down but the fronts are great.


If you have any questions feel free to call me - 850-329-6618  leave a message if I don't answer and I will return your call promptly!

I am not a dealer! I bought this car for myself for gas mileage but I am just too darn big for it! I bought this locally in my neighborhood! I really don't want to get rid of her!

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