...to an automatic transmission with overdrive. A/C, intermittent wipers, cruise control, 3 separate transmission modes for different driving styles, and sport seats are all included on this model. 100% legally imported from Japan.
1991 Toyota MR2 Turbo
The 1991 Toyota MR2 Turbo was designed as a nimble, small car with a mid-engine, you could get for $20K off the Toyota dealership in 1991. This was a few years into the second generation of the MR2, and was a lot less boxy than the first generation. The style feels a little dated now, but it was progressive in the early 1990s.
1991 Ford Mustang
The 1991 Ford Mustang was quite a different design than the Mustang we know today. This body style is quite popular among drag racers for its sturdy rearend and more desirable weight distribution - plus, you can throw a lot of modifications at the 5.0-liter, and it won't flinch. This particular example is another pick from our inventory, and is a Mustang LX SSP with only 67K on the clock, and looks spectacular.
1991 BMW M3
The 1991 M3 marked the end of the first generation of production of the high-performance variant of the 3-series. Easily one of the most popular German sports cars, the first run of the M3 continued to take down cars well beyond its time.
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