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Where can I sell a 1989 Toyota Supra?

Can you please tell me the best way to dispose of a car that I have inherited and which I unfortunately have no use for? Would it be considered a classic? I have no idea of its value. The car is a 1989G Toyota Supra auto (non-turbo) 76,000 miles in VGC. The car is taxed until the end of the year and has an MOT until next June. It has been off the road for a number of years so the cam belt (10 years, 2000 miles) should presumably be changed?

Asked on 30 November 2013 by AES, Headington

Answered by Honest John
It's not the desirable 'Fast & Furious' Mk IV. It's the Mk III. As it stands it's not worth much and it's probably not even worth attempting to recommission it. See: www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/toyota/supra-1986/?s...d. You could try a classic auction such as www.historics.co.uk or www.bonhams.com, or the club, which is: www.mkiiisupra.net/bbs/activity.php?s=e8d38ac44239.../
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