Japanese tuning firm Top Secret made a name for itself back in 1999 when its founder, Kazuhiko “Smoky” Nagata, took a Supra with the company's distinct bodykit to 197 mph on a public road in the U.K. before pulled over and arrested. The car was later given a V-12 sourced from a Toyota Century and sold at auction in 2017. But it's not the only Top Secret Supra that exists.
Fans of the interesting design will be pleased to know a Supra with the Top Secret bodykit has made its way to the U.S. via our 25-year import rule. Imported by a dealership in Florida called Kurama Imports, it's listed for sale right now with 169,900 kilometers (105,600 miles) on the clock and an asking price of $74,999.
Unlike Nagata's infamous V-12-powered Supra, this example is a bit more subtle. There isn't any gold paint, big sponsor stickers, or polarizing daytime running lights. The only really flashy equipment are the Work Emotion polished eight-spoke wheels. Inside you'll find a Momo steering wheel and a carbon fiber gauge cluster surround.
In the engine bay sits the Supra's legendary 2JZ straight-six engine, lightly modified with an air intake, a blow-off valve, and an exhaust, all from HKS. There are also Tein coil-overs and a brake master cylinder brace from Cusco. According to the ad, the six-speed manual shifts as it should, and the car functions without issue.
While this isn't the 220-mph gold-painted legend itself, this Top Secret Supra could be the key to winning a trophy at your local import show. Better jump on it before it's gone forever.
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