Originally Posted by oplease19
Wow, you couldn't be more wrong....
You got lucky with your low powered, less stressed Celica. What if he buys a Supra from someone else and he isn't so lucky? Then what? Worth the risk? No.
Rental coverage covers a wrecked car, not a broken one. $19 a day adds up when they have to ship your rare Supra parts in then fit you into their repair schedule. Toyota or not, there is a good chance that a 10+ year old car will break.
You using Edmunds to get an idea of the cost to purchase a used Supra? Edmunds and other vehicle price estimators are not in touch with classic type vehicles. Find 2 low mileage Supras for under $19,000. I'll king you if you can.
What do you consider to be low mileage.