By Lee Allen
Hi, I am looking at a 1996 SC400 that has really low miles (under10k) and an wondering what everyone thinks it might be worth. I looks extremely nice and appears to have zero issues and needs nothing. Please let me know your thoughts, is is a $20k car or a $30k car or????
Hello, I had bought my Sc400 around 4 months ago. It was bought at 96k miles and now has 99k. Recently when i floor it after being at a stop light my car will reach almost 7k rpms before switching to second gear and will only switch gears if i take my foot off the gas. I sometimes even try to put it in second gear manually but it wont switch gears till i stop accelerating. And even my second gear will get up 6k rpms before switching to third. But my third gear hardly gets over 4rpms. I just dont think this is normal and was wondering if others were having the same issue?
Listing can be found on Ebay.
LOW MILEAGE 1995 Lexus SC 400. Looks and drives like perfect! Great condition inside and out. Very nice sports coupe soon to become a classic. Garaged with solid maintenance records.
New tires (just replaced)
New battery (just replaced)
New plugs and wires (just replaced)
New brakes and rotors (@124k)
Timing belt replaced (@88K)
water pump replaced (@88K)
Engine mounts and transmission mounts (@124k)
Updated Cat-Back exhaust system
Smooth riding sports car! Bullet proof engine and very reliable luxury automobile. Nonsmoking vehicle, no wrecks, clean Carfax. Title in hand. You will not be disappointed. Original sticker price in 1995 shows $52,413. Serious inquiries only please.
By Bladed Poptart
Hello everyone, this is my first time posting on a forum. I am wondering if anybody has done tt supra front calipers on the front, and moved the stock sc400 front calipers to the rear. My rear caliper seized up and I was looking at buying remanufactured tt supra calipers all around, but the rear calipers are absurdly high in price for some reason no matter where I look. So I started looking at different caliper options, ls400, supra, remanufactured sc, etc. But maybe this could be a new setup unless somebody else has already thought of this before (which I have a feeling somebody did). Thanks for the help in advance.