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Im Juli 1993 kam die vierte und bisher letzte Generation des Supra auf den Markt (Modellcode JZA80), die bis August 2002 gebaut wurde.

Anfang 1986 wurde die dritte Generation des Supra vorgestellt. Sie ist zugleich die erste, die nicht mehr mit dem Namenszusatz Celica vermarktet wurde.

Die zweite Generation wurde im Herbst 1981 präsentiert. Auch sie war immer noch als Derivat des Celica Liftback erkennbar, hatte aber mit den neuen (170 PS) starken 6-Zylinder-Motoren einen komplett eigenständigen Antrieb.

Der aus dem James Bond Film bekannter 2000 GT wird von der Supra Community aufgrund des Reihen 6-er und der Coupe Form als der UR-Supra gesehen.

Supra Mkiv TT Eurospec - Schweden | Forum

TwiZteD
Oct 13 '14
Hallo,

Im ein neuer Supra Besitzer aus Schweden.
Ich habe vor kurzem kaufte ein Supra Mkiv TT EuroSpec Auto.

Aber ich wollte nicht zu viel Geschichte / Papier mit dem Auto, neben dem Serviceheft.
Dachte, ich könnte versuchen, und die Suche nach einigen Informationen hier
Hat jemand diese Person, die das Auto in zurückgekauft wissen -94
Es wurde von "Autohaus R + N Haslbeck GmbH Toyota" verkauft.

Alle Informationen, die über den Auto / Eigentümer wäre sehr hilfreich.
Danke

Sorry about Google Translate

http://s1.postimg.org/j6vr92bdn/Supra_Germany.jpg

http://s1.postimg.org/hqk8qx8gr/Supra_Germany_02.jpg
Japanfanatic DrIvEr
Oct 13 '14
Hej,

just write in English, most of us will understand :blush:
Great to see you are interested in the history of your car. I may be able to help you out. I would need some additional information: For how many years has the car been in Sweden? Are there any other owners written into the service manual or the old German title ("Fahrzeugbrief" )? What's the original paint?
According to the service manual the car has been registered as a company car by this company in Munich: http://www.domino-muc.de/
You might want to contact them, maybe they still know the car...
TwiZteD
Oct 13 '14
"Japanfanatic" wrote:

Hej,

just write in English, most of us will understand :blush:
Great to see you are interested in the history of your car. I may be able to help you out. I would need some additional information: For how many years has the car been in Sweden? Are there any other owners written into the service manual or the old German title ("Fahrzeugbrief" )? What's the original paint?
According to the service manual the car has been registered as a company car by this company in Munich: http://www.domino-muc.de/
You might want to contact them, maybe they still know the car...


Hej hej :blush:

Ok sure,

The car has been in sweden for 11 years and 8 months
In the service book, there is only this person written, nothing in the section "folgebesitzer".
It was sold as 202 black and still in this color. (looked it up at toydiy)
I did not get the Fahrzeugbrief since the company who bought the car for 11 years ago, declared bankruptcy.

The car got its first owner in sweden, a company, they registered it in sweden 2003-01-27
If i look at the registration papers in sweden (TUV?) it says it had run 147.712 km at 2003-01-27.
And the last dated service stamp in the book was 2001.07, at about 141.680 km

Very thankfull for the help
Japanfanatic DrIvEr
Oct 13 '14
I've looked thorugh all of my old collected pics from 2003/2004, but can't find any of a German registered 202 Supra on AZEV wheels. I am very sorry. But there is a goof chance the company was the only owner in Germany. Might give it a try calling them. :blush:
ANKRacing DrIvEr
Oct 13 '14
Hej,

welcome to the forum. It's really cool to see, that Swedish guys are not only into building monster hp Supras. "Japanfanatic" is our "brain", he knows the history of nearly every EU-Spec sold in Germany. So if he can't help you, only the previous German owner can. How many km's does the car have now?

Cheers

Andy
TwiZteD
Oct 13 '14
Japanfanatic,
Thanks for looking , i have emailed them and the Toyota Retailer , lets hope they can help :blush:
Maybe the AZEV was put on later on, i dont know ?

ANKRacing,
The car have now done 189.990 km

I just bought it :blush:
Japanfanatic DrIvEr
Oct 13 '14
Might be, but this type of AZEV wheels was often found on German Supras in the early 2000s...one of only a few aftermarket wheels with Supra fitment, that were street-legal over here...that's why I am assuming they were already put on to the car in Germany :blush:

Anyway...congrats on your new car and welcome to our forums....take care of her...it's now the best time to restore these cars and let them shine in all of their glory...like 20 years ago :wink:
TwiZteD
Oct 14 '14
I dont know if this helps, but i found out the german registration plate

DON-KD89

Might be something :blush: