Unfortunately due to a change in circumstances I’m going to sell my 1984 Mazda rx7
I had originally planned to store and restore the car back to its original state.
The car is in very good condition as I had spent the last few years stored in a barn before I acquired it and stored it in a garage.
Mechanically the car is very sound and starts and moves under its own power. It could do with a full service and all the fluids changing. This is the not the fuel injected 13b but the 12a and would need the carb setting up and I have no doubt this car would run perfect.
It has been slightly modified by a previous owner, this includes a stainless exhaust, darkened rear lights and a full re-spray to white. There is some surface rust around the rear arches but the car is very solid.
Interior wise the car is fully original and immaculate inside. The only thing that lets it down is the passenger side door won’t open and the clocks don’t work, I believe this to be an electrical issue.
It comes with some service history in the form of previous MOT certificates dating from 1996 to 2001 and the odd logbook and receipt.
Over all the car is in remarkable condition for its age and with little work it would be back on the road.
The market for old Japanese cars is only going up and this iconic car is only going to get more sought after and harder to find.
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