TOYOTA SUPRA USED PARTS, PERFORMANCE PROJECTS, TECH DATA AND INFORMATION
Welcome to supracarparts.com your source of Toyota Supra used parts and information. We love all generations of the Supra and occasionally come across used parts for MkI, MkII and MkIV, but MkIII (1986.5-1992) Toyota Supra is our main focus. To upgrade, restore or repair a 7MGTE Mk3 Supra - we have it all: interior, exterior, engine, intercooler, suspension, intake, CT-26 turbo, AFM, wheels, CPS, mouldings and more. Performance parts from well known tuners like HKS, Greddy, Blitz, Cusco, Apexi, TRD and others also find their way into our listings. Visit us for replacement parts, performance mods, racing news, performance upgrades, JDM import parts, automotive sports information, photos and videos. If you are looking for an auto insurance comparison. it’s quick and painless and you can save money for buying upgrades to your Supra. Enjoy your cars!
THE HISTORY OF TOYOTA SUPRA
Toyota Supra was a continuation of a 2000GT heritage presented years earlier. Toyota introduced the Celica Supra (MA46) in 1979. Its styling was based upon the Celica liftback design, but it was both longer and wider. However, it was the engine that made the Supra different. ...more...
Exclusive to SupraCarParts.com
here is a Carbon Fiber Lower Winsdhield Trim. It
is made of REAL light weight carbon fiber, not a stick-on applied
over a metal piece. This part is extremely limited production, impossible
to find anywhere. ...more...
PARTS FOR SALE
We are a team of Toyota Supra enthusiasts. We restore and upgrade our own cars. Because we often end up with multiples of the same parts we offer them to other Supra enthusiasts. ...more...
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