Thanks in part to a nimble chassis and distinctive rotary engine, Mazda’s RX-7 has a loyal following among automotive enthusiasts. This example features long-term ownership since 1989, a documented engine rebuild with less than 5,000 miles since completion, refurbished interior. Tasteful upgrades are paired with a set of attractive, factory BBS alloy wheels. This second-generation RX-7 is ready to provide its next owner with top-down, rotary-powered driving pleasure.
|Location||Fort Meyers, Florida 33908|
|VIN / Chassis||JM1FC3518J0102698|
|Engine||1.3L "13B" Twin-Rotor Wankel|
|Title Status||Clean (Florida)|
|Loan Status||No loan|
The seller purchased this RX-7 in April 1989 and has since added approximately 102,000 of the 113,100 miles shown. An accident-free Carfax report helps verify the mileage, and included service records highlight an engine rebuild completed in 2006. The seller indicates that the vehicle has been repainted in its factory blue, and some of the interior has been refurbished. Some service records, factory owner’s manuals, and two keys are included.
Mazda’s RX-7 has been long loved by automotive enthusiasts, thanks in part to its unconventional rotary engine. The lively powerplant is paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox in a lightweight, rear-wheel-drive chassis, resulting in a fantastic sports car. The “FC” generation was launched in the US in 1985, with the convertible version seen here making its US-debut in 1988. The car earned many accolades from the driving public and press alike, including Motor Trend’s Import Car of the Year award for 1986. Production of the “FC” series RX-7 ended in 1992.
Engine ported during engine rebuild
Aftermarket cold-air intake
Front strut-tower brace
January 2006 - 108,865 Miles - Banzai Racing of Pierceton, Indiana - $3,240
Rebuild rotary engine
Perform "street-porting" of engine
October 2008 - 109,746 Miles - Install new Tokico shocks front and rear
A few interior trim pieces are cracked/warped
The seller states the power antenna, interior dome light, and driver's tail-light bulb are inoperative
Service records for engine rebuild and suspension repairs
Haynes repair manual
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