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Old 01-03-2006, 02:52 PM   #1
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I just bought a 86 non turbo, My question is because it has a 86-92 body style would it be considered a 86.5 mkIII or does it belong as a 86 mkII because it sticker is 2-86?
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Old 01-03-2006, 06:18 PM   #2
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what are you talking about? if it looks like a mk3 its a mk3. the mk2 and mk3 dont look that similar do they?
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if it has the same body shape as the mk3 supra then it is a mk3
even if it does have feb of 86
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There are a few links to articles that show the differences between all the marks or just read some of the other forums here and look at some of the photos. You can see the difference and the engine tells it for sure. The mk111 has a 24 valve head and 3 liters while the mk11 had just 2 valves per cylinder and only a 2.8 liter engine.Russ
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cool, thank you.
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