Not likely, only the 85 Celica GT-S had the bigger 7.5" differential, check the vin on your firewall and it will probably have the T-code, if it was to have the F-code meaning 7.5" which is the same as the 82-86.0 Celica Supra's had, it would. Not all 85 GT-S's had the F code, so be sure to check your vin for the Diff code.
No you need a rearend from another G-Body
yes .I thank no
yes it will
4 Passengers can legally fit in a Toyota Supra (MKII-MKIV).
i have cooper cobra tires and American racing rims on my 85
No, they will not interchange.
Yes it will. The 1984 yz490 and the 1985 yz490 are identical bikes other than the front disc brakes.
No supra tail lights only fit on fieros with bodykits.
yes it will. any camaro door 82-92 should fit
no, it's too wide.
No it will not.
most jimmy 4x4's don't have a posi rearend unless it was special ordered and you will have to measure your pontiacs rearend from hub to hub and get the length and then measure a jimmy's to see if it's the same or real close.
Unfortunately, a 1997 Toyota Supra engine and trans would not fit into a 1990 Mazda Miata. The Supra engine and transmission are unable to be mounted correctly within a Miata to make them fit.
Should fit no problem, ought to be the same engine that was used in the 85s
No, it will not.
A Toyota supra motor will fit with slight modifying
yes it does i got 1985 buick riviera on 22"
No, it will not. 81-84 are the same
1984 through 1987 as long as the motor is the same.
As long as is the same engine. I don't see why not. Its only one year apart.