150,000km (93k Miles) Australian Import
12 Months MOT
Comprehensive service history
If you know your early Rx7’s then that’s cool! If not then this runs a 12a carb’d rotary (not the fuel injected 13b). The 12a’s are a lot less strained and are way more reliable than the later engines with bigger power. This particular example doesn’t smoke, guzzle oil or run rough. Starts up fine, hot or cold and runs perfectly.
Chassis is clean and tidy albeit having age related marks same goes for the interior.
The car is completely standard other than an exhaust system and rear window Louvre (pretty rare item).
Only bad point worth noting is that the pop up lights work but don’t go down, apparently it can be a number of things which I’ve been slowly ticking off. I’m lead to believe it’s a wire/connection issue underneath the car.
Genuine reason for sale:- I won it on eBay with an off the cuff bid. I’ve been saving for an early Porsche for a while and this purchase has given me a setback.
Don’t get me wrong, I love the car and it’s 99% faultless (pop up light issue). If I don’t get what I want for it, I’ll make it cool and run it to shows. As for now it’s garaged, but I didn’t want to get a Porsche and that take its garage spot and leave the Mazda out in the elements. So if someone has a home then so be it!
I have a fair amount of photos so if you require anything let me know.
The price is negotiable, especially if I know it’s going to the right home. Try me, you might be surprised!
I’m out of the country 20th-28th September. But by all means, seriously interested buyers can get in touch and I’ll reply as and when I can.
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