It’s hard to get much more 80s Japanese than the Mitsubishi Starion, but it’s often overlooked in favor of AE86s, Z31s and FC RX-7s. There were only three at JCCS this year, and those who do follow the cult of Starion tend to mod the crap out of them. The remaining supply is usually left languishing on driveways, waiting for a restoration that will never come. That’s why this 58,334-mile example is so stunning.
Located in St. Charles, Missouri, the 1986 Mitsubishi Starion is being sold at a specialty dealer called Fast Lane Classic Cars. Precious little information is given about the ownership history, but from the photos the car looks well preserved. The silver-on-black color combo is particularly well suited to showing off the flared box fenders of this icon of turbocharging.
Though it lacks the Technica package, which would include an oh-so-80s digital dash and voice alerts, it does come with the optional leather interior. At $9,995 the price seems quite reasonable for a car in such good preserve. Let’s help it find a good home. View the ad here.