The first generation Toyota MR2 (1984-1989) was developed by Lotus Engineer Roger Becker and tuned on the race track by some guy named Dan Gurney, which meant it had better handling than its contemporary competition, such as the Fiat X1/9, Pontiac Fiero, Honda CR-X, or Ford EXP. But with a small 1.6 liter 4-cylinder engine, it didn’t go very fast on the straights, so people have figured out how to shove larger V6 engines into the little mid-engine run-about. Find this 1986 Toyota MR2 V6 Swap offered for $7000 in Portland, OR via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
From the seller:
1986 Toyota MR2
cylinders: 6 cylinders
title status: clean
1986 Toyota MR2 V6
Motor swap with 1mzfe engine or 1997 v6 camry (200hp).
Wiring ,transmission, etc. All in working order .runs great and very fun car to drive .
Has quick release steering wheel, cold air intake ,r888 tires. Also have 2nd set of rims.
All the hard work is done needs finshing.
Paint is in bad shape and windshield has large crack .needs a few other small things fixed.
Pricing is 7,500 obo.
Possible trades vw, chevy or something fun.
See a better way to drive something small? firstname.lastname@example.org