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Contact Brad 864-371-0825 for info on this car as he drives it all the time.
Imported with only 3200 Miles.
Business partner personally Daily Drove the Car Currently has 48k miles now.
I retrofitted the Air Conditioning.
While driving the car I have replaced the radiator, had the ecu rebuilt, and replaced a front caliper.
Car has been repainted. Driver seat is worn from myself daily driving it, the driver side door panel is coming apart and has rips in it. This is the 2nd panel i have put on the vehicle it came apart on the same spot on the last panel as well. From the day I received it the navigation has not worked and i haven't checked it to make it work. The cluster flashes and goes off sometimes. I have put 40k miles on the car driving like this daily. Small scratch on the rear deck lid. Small rip on front lip under the bumper. There is a rip in the carpet on the passenger side. Front left air shock has a bad seal. The car has air ride suspension it will maintain pressure and ride height while the car is on but overnight the car sags on the front left.
More pictures of the interior and engine bay coming soon
JDM Fed Legal Imported 1991 Toyota Soarer GT-TL Limited UZZ31 1UZ V8 Engine Automatic Transmission Super Clean All Original
The Toyota Soarer UZZ31 GT Limited was the only model sold continuously from the introduction of the 30 series in 1991 until production ceased in 2000. Like other models in the range there were two different equipment grades available, the base GT-T and the better-equipped GT-TL which added electric seats, wood trim, cruise control and Toyota's TEMS electronic damper adjustment to the list of standard features.
The UZZ31 and UZZ32 Soarers were the luxury GT versions of the range, with more features and equipment than the UZZ30 and the 6-cylinder models, and even the U.S market Lexus SC300/400. The EMV (Electro Multi Vision) touchscreen system which was pioneered in the Z10 and Z20 Soarers was again available and provided a screen with television, GPS navigation, diagnostics, car computer, reversing camera and touch control of all functions of the climate control and audio system. The latter was highly sophisticated, with balanced-signal digital signal processing, 12-disc CD stacker and 7-speakers with subwoofer.
All three V8 models were powered by Toyota's acclaimed 1UZ-FE quad-cam all-alloy 4-litre V8. While rated at marginally less power and torque than the turbocharged JZZ30 counterpart (191 kW (260 PS; 256 hp) at 5,400 rpm, 353 N⋅m (260 lb⋅ft) at 4,600 rpm) the V8, called the 4.0GT-L was renowned for its smoothness and refinement. Although receiving a minor update in 1995 which improved responsiveness and bumped outputs to 195 kW (265 PS; 261 hp) 363 N⋅m (268 lb⋅ft), production of the V8-equipped Soarers ended before the powerplant received VVTi which substantially increased outputs in the Lexus SC400 and other models.
The UZZ31 featured a driver-adjustable air suspension system that had two settings for both ride height and damper stiffness. The high-pressure air was provided by an electric pump mounted at the front of the car. Also featured on the UZZ31 series were a host of electronic features including automatic headlights (shared also with the UZZ30), speed-sensitive wipers, electric-controlled 2-position memory seats with heated feature as an additional factory option, electronically adjustable steering column with memory, optional reversing camera, cabin air purifying system (also shared with the JZZ31 from 1994), touch screen TV with 12 stack CD player, touch screen SatNav, and a full onboard computer diagnostic system which would output to the TV display unit. Like the JZZ30, the UZZ31 came with optional sunroof and rear wiper.
Additionally, the UZZ31 could be "special ordered" from Toyota Japan without the EMV, instead being fitted with the radio/CD unit of the UZZ30 with separate climate control. Additionally, electric velour seats from the UZZ30 and JZZ30 models could be special ordered in place of the standard UZZ31 / UZZ32 leather electric seats. These special-order cars would take only a week to produce from the time of the order to completed product. It is not known how many non-EMV UZZ31s were made, although they were offered from the very start of production in 1991. These non-EMV UZZ31 Soarers are uncommon, with only the UZZ32 more rare.