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Fixing up a 1989 Toyota Supra 5 speed

I purchased a 1989 toyota supra 5 speed non-turbo from a young person last February and am now beginning to fix it up so it will be a more enjoyable ride.

The items I am looking for that are missing are an antennea for the back, steering wheel cover and the toyota emblem for the hood. Can you help me? I live in Memphis TN

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I have a hood emblem from an '87 Supra in very good condition that may work for you. Have you looked on ebay?

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