Not the genuine article by any means, but this replica will cost you around a quarter of the price of an original Toyota Supra.
The fourth-generation Toyota Supra is a rare beast on this side of the Atlantic, with low mileage models in decent nick fetching around $40,000 on the used car market. It seems that it's also in high demand over in Europe with one particular fan of the Supra IV sports car so desperate to own one he built a replica from a Toyota Celica coupe. It's now for sale on Danish website Vmax, as the 18 year-old responsible for the build has seemingly grown tired of his creation. So what do you get for 67,000 Danish Krones (around $12k)?
For starters you get a 1994 Celica. Add to that Supra-style front and rear ends, a genuine Toyota red and black paint job, a carbon-fiber hood, rocker panels, 19-inch Lenzo alloys, and a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine from a Celica GT-Four good for 297 horsepower. Other modifications include a stainless-steel HKS exhaust with silencer, and Eiback sports suspension and larger brakes. Inside are leather seats with white stitching and a leather-wrapped race-spec steering wheel and gear shift.