Previous Ownership?

Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by kona61, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. milkman2089

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    My current garage consists of:

    2005 Lotus Elise (weekend/track)
    2001 Mr2 Spyder (for sale)
    2009 BMW 135i (daily)

    I’m hoping to pick up a 2020 Supra once depreciation hits a little and I can afford it lol
     
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    1987 Supra - gave to my son-in-law 2 years ago. Bought it new in December 1986 with all of my Navy reenlistment bonus money.
    2001 BMW Z3 3.0 - sold it
    2007 Porsche Cayman s - sold it
    2000 4Runner SR5- 398,000 miles and still running. Looks good too!
    2001 Tundra Xtra Cab Limited - 227,000 miles and still running. Looks good too!
    1995 Corolla DX - 176,000 miles. Looks like crap (clear coat gone). Daily driver.
     
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    Oh fun topic!

    4 Mkivs (3 tts)
    Fd rx7
    C6 zo6
    C6 ZR1
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    ‘99 Civic SI
    BMW 335xi
    Multiple DSMs
    Audi s5
    Audi rs5
    .... and a 2020 supra
    I’ve had many
     
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    Same here! What years the tundra? Mine is a 2018
     
  5. Octane

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    Currently own a F82 BMW m4. Still going back and forth deciding if it's worth it to trade it in for a GR Supra.

    The ///M and the fact that it's paid off are making the decision pretty tough.
     
  6. 084runnerltd

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    This will be my 28 (maybe 29th) ride. I will only list the interesting ones (and the Toyota/Lexus ones).

    BMW 335i
    BMW 650i
    BMW X5 4.0
    BMW M5
    S2000
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    Hummer H1

    *Currently shopping for a LX570 to replace the 4runner.

    *Currently waiting for my LE to arrive!

    Last fill-up on the H1
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    M5 delivery
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    335i
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    “Deeper than I thought” in the LX450...even the triple lockers couldn’t save me...cold and icey too.
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    High-centered the lx450 last weekend
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    kona61

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    Do it! The Supra drives a whole lot better in my opinion. The only thing I liked more about my M3 was that it had better visibility and rear seats.
     
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    '13 BRZ and '07 Camry.
     
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    Whatt? I remember you saying you were going to hold on to it some time ago. The A90 has convinced you otherwise I see.
     
  10. Octane

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    I'm sure it drives great. The difference is that my M4 is 6mt and all the previous 4-5 cars I've had were all manual transmission. So I have to weigh that in too. I just need to test drive one and make a decision.
     
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    My F80 was a manual too, I don’t miss it much.
     
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    Main sports cars I’ve had have been a really mixed bag...

    1998 Nissan Silvia S15 Spec-R - 330hp
    2006 Audi RS4 4.2 V8 - 415hp
    2005 Audi A4 DTM - 330hp
    2013 Toyota GT86 TRD - stock
    2015 Mercedes A45 AMG - 420hp
    2016 Mercedes AMG GTS - 510hp

    There’s been other bits and bobs here and there but I forget lol
     
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    #28 Aug 14, 2019
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    I've switched bunch of cars around pretty recently.

    2003 BMW Z4 3.0i 6-speed manual
    2006 Acura TSX 6-speed manual
    2016 Subaru WRX Premium 6-speed manual
    2016 Audi SQ5 Premium Plus
    2017 Jaguar F-Pace Premium
    2014 Scion FR-S Monogram 6-speed manual
    2017 Subaru Forester XT Touring
    2018 Honda Civic Hatchback Sport Touring CVT
    2015 Mercedes Benz CLS400
    2018 Land Rover Discovery HSE
    2017 Focus ST
    2014 BMW i3
    2019 BMW X3 M40i

    I've recently test drove bunch of M cars thanks to BMW Mtown tour and all the cars I've driven in that event (M850i, X3M Comp, M5 Comp, and M2 Comp) blew me away.
    So until I get to test drive Supra, I am not 100% sure I'll get it yet unless they come out with a limited upper trim with more power (like S58 with 503HP) and/or manual.
    That M5 Competition was really something else. 617 HP is definitely amazing.
     
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  14. oakleyguy

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    A truncated list for me, Red items are current:

    '87 Nissan Maxima
    '90 Mitsubishi Montero
    '93 Nissan 300ZX 2+2
    '90 Nissan 300ZX Turbo
    '90 Nissan 300ZX Turbo (yes two)
    '95 Nissan Hardbody
    '95 Toyota Previa AWD SC
    '96 Toyota Land Cruiser
    '98 Honda Accord

    '02 Kia Rio (Literally $500 Car)
    '05 Nissan Titan
    '05 Toyota Land Cruiser
    '08 BMW 335
    '08 Subaru STi
    '14 Toyota Land Cruiser
    '15 BMW M4
    '17 BMW M2
    '20 Toyota Supra (Arrives Sept)
     
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    1991 Acura Integra LS
    1999 Acura Integra LS
    2006 Honda Ridgeline
    2008 Infiniti G35x Sedan
    2010 Ford Flex Limited
    2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track
    2014 Audi SQ5
    2016 Tesla Model X
    2020 GR Supra

    Red denotes current.
     
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