View Full Version : FS 1980 MX32 toyota cressida (first gen)

09-21-2010, 12:46 PM
For sale is my 1980 MX32 Cressida.

$2150 bring your own wheels. $2500 with southern ways 2 piece mesh

it's a last model year (1980, built 1979) so it's fuel injected.

Auto transmission was rebuilt by AAMCO (1800 bones) and works perfectly.
Just flushed and replaced transmission fluid and changed pan gasket.

Previous owner told me it had a top end job, I can't verify this but it runs strong and like it should!

Other things were changed such as water pump, brakes (although they squeak)

Lowered on cut springs (didnt slam the car, a regular floor jack can fit under there, dont even need a low pro)

Also have spare set of uncut stock springs.

New catback exhaust with magnaflow muffler and tip, low and mellow, not loud at all.

Everything works in the car except the A/C needs a recharge.

signals, lights, radio works needs speaker, heat, wipers, etc

all power windows work and power locks work.

New distributor cap, plugs, wires, air filter.

Comes with parts - new fuel filter, valve cover gasket, spare headlight retaining ring, pieces of trim currently not on the car, etc. whatever else is sitting around.

couple tiny paint chips and dings

interior is pretty good except a couple cracks on original dash, and the seats need a little attention

Previous owner accidentally ran into something small and damaged the front driver side corner and it was repaired, but doesn't look perfect at all from up close. Just trying to be nitpicky and tell you all the details.

I have a spare steering column for it. Someone tried to steal it before I owned it and busted out a window ( i replaced window) and messed with steering column. Runs and drives fine but the column has play that's why I have a new one.


09-21-2010, 12:54 PM
nice ride...for 30 years old

09-21-2010, 12:58 PM
haha thanks

09-21-2010, 03:38 PM
Always wanted one of these for a sleeper 2JZ swap. Wish you were local.

09-21-2010, 03:43 PM
this would be in my driveway if you didnt live so far.

09-21-2010, 03:49 PM
FYI for the "too far away" people... shipping it would be about $500... I got a car shipped from Texas to here in Iowa for just under $600. that included extra insurance, <1 mile guarantee (they guarantee the odometer will be within 1 mile when dropped off as it was when picked up) and a "no start" shipment (obvious, they were not allowed to start the vehicle).

09-21-2010, 06:08 PM
the car runs and drives fine too. Not like you couldn't drive it home even as it sits. brakes tires are fine