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Mr2 1985 Jdm Engine Low Miles on 2040-cars

US $5,000.00
Year:1985 Mileage:53000
Location:

Vancouver, Washington, United States

Vancouver, Washington, United States
Engine:4age
Vehicle Title:Clear
Condition:
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VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: jt2aw15cxf0034198
Year: 1985
Make: Toyota
Drive Type: left
Model: MR2
Mileage: 53,000
Trim: coupe

Rare hartop mr2 with red top jdm engine (53k miles)
Original metalic blue from factory with a few touch ups.
Runs and drives smooth.
I am open to offers but im not in a hurry to sell.
Its a perfect collector car.
The bad,Cracked windshieldCould use some paint on the bumpers
Thanks for looking.

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