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Posible Sleeper??? Who would guess!

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Wikipedia said:
Starting in 1994, Toyota solved this problem by offering a Roots-type supercharger with air-to-air intercooler, providing 6psi of boost (these models were called the "S/C"), bringing the engine power up to a competitive 160 hp (120 kW). Initially, the S/C engine was only available as an option on the LE in 1994 and all models in 1995. For 1996, the normally aspirated engine was discontinued, and the S/C became the standard engine on all trim levels.

And here is the car......


Wait a van?!?You say! Not just any van but a mid engine designed 5-speed available AWD Supercharged van! Eat your rice out! With little work I am sure this thing can be built to 200 horses and gutted!

Toyota Previa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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The turbo dodge vans were cooler lol
There was a white turbo dodge van (the ones that like, are 50feet tall).
Putting in work at the jr drags about 5 years ago.
After racing he would park in a parking lot which made it look like a company vehicle. Perfect getaway sleeper.
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