The rebirth of the Toyota Supra last year stirred the passions of many fans of the model. When the model launched, surely the thoughts of many owners of an original Supra turned to the possibility of refurbishing theirs, or, if the case may be, bringing it back to life.
It takes parts to do that, of course, but outside of the specialized market for old parts, Japanese automakers are not exactly renowned for providing components to owners of older vehicles.
That may be in the process of changing, however.
We’ve recently seen Nissan and Mazda produce replacement parts for their Skyline and Miata classic models, respectively. Last summer, Toyota confirmed that it would do the same for the third and fourth generations of its Supra sports model. This week, the company announced what components consumers will get access to in the short term.