If there’s one thing we’d bet our houses on, it’s that this year’s SEMA show in early November will be fully loaded with modified Toyota Supras. 

As you well know, the previous-gen Supra was an institution in the aftermarket world, so the new one has a lot to live up to if it’s to build on that reputation and popularity. From what we’ve seen so far, though, things look promising.

Yep. We’ve already had a manual gearbox conversion, a Litchfield power boost, an obligatory 2JZ engine swap and a TRD carbon pack, but we still can’t wait to see what comes out of the woodwork at SEMA.

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Wild Wide Bodied Supra To Debut At SEMA - Should Toyota Build A Street Version?

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