- Great Looks w/ Top Secret Body Kit
- Fascinating JDM Vehicle, Properly Imported
- Twin-Turbo 3.0L 2JZ-GTE 6-Cylinder Engine
- 6-Speed Manual Gearbox
- 105k Seller-Stated Miles
- High-Quality, Mostly Original, Well-Maintained
We love hot JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) performance cars and the more we look into the space, the more we uncover special rarities that we’d never heard of before. Among these cars are the creations of Japanese tuning firm Top Secret, founded by Kazuhiko “Smoky” Nagata. Among their offerings was a sleek and particularly good-looking body kit for the aggressively styled, but somewhat polarizing 1990s Toyota Supra. The firm’s aerodynamic prowess was obviously good, demonstrated by a V12 Supra fitted with Top Secret bodywork and driven by Nagata to a reported 197 mph on a public road in the UK before getting pulled over and arrested for his crime!
While Nagata’s creations are rare underground items, one particularly clean and attractive, Top Secret-massaged ‘Mk IV’ Supra is now available in the United States. Sporting Top Secret’s Super G-Force body kit and finished in Pewter, this exceptionally clean and otherwise unadorned 1995 Toyota Supra looks fabulous and quite tasteful, with an upscale Grand Touring persona, in direct contrast to the usual “boy racer” modifications popular with the tuner crowd. Stated by the seller to have been properly and legally imported to the United States, it comes to market with 169k kilometers (105k miles) and a clean Florida title. The Supra looks to be extremely nice and properly maintained and includes such choice upgrades as a Momo steering wheel, HKS turbo and exhaust upgrades, Tein coil-overs, a Cusco brake master cylinder brace, and Work Emotion wheels. According to the seller, the A/C runs cold, the car has a great idle, the transmission delivers smooth shift action, and the Supra includes maintenance records.
A far cry from the “run of the mill” Japanese tuner car, this Top Secret Supra looks to be a top-notch vehicle that looks far better than its mileage might otherwise suggest. According to Hagerty’s current price guides, a “normal” 1995 Toyota Supra Turbo should bring anywhere from $60k for a good #3 car, to $95k for an excellent #2, and $139k for a #1 concours-worthy specimen. This example carries an asking price in line with a high #3 specimen, and for such a delectable rarity, it likely has plenty of life left in it and carries fair market pricing, in our opinion. Besides, where will you find another Supra that looks this good?!