1989 Mazda RX 7 Green CVT. DGC1976. VIN. JM1FC3511K0701976. This is
a 2 owner 52,180 mile car out of an estate. This is not a normal
car for us but when it's low milage I have to go see. I liked it,
bought it and have driven it about 50 miles so far. It's in great
condition and runs and drives like it looks. Look at the trunk
photos, you can see the trunk floor looks new. The last owner did
not like the attention it got from being red so he had it painted
the racing green. He bought it in 1990 with 21,000 miles. We do not
have the top boot or spare tire. The air blows COLD I put my temp
gauge on the vent and it was coming out down to 22 degrees. You
will find lots of Miata's but the RX 7 convertibles are harder to
find. You will like driving this sports car with all the creature
comforts. Power steering. Power brakes. Power top. AM/FM/CD radio
and it has speakers in the headrest, Power windows.
Lito Pejoro and his car were older than most at RADwood Las Vegas, but they had a story to share
The Pick of the Day is a pristine early-model survivor
Pick of the Day has been driven only in summer, and only 5,600 miles
Some models from the film will fetch top dollar, but without modifications
The Pick of the Day is a rare unmolested 1993 Mazda RX-7 with just 37,000 miles on ist odometer
Although the Mazda RX-7 has never hit its stride as a collector car, enthusiasts know it as an innovative sports car powered by a tiny-yet-powerful rotary engine
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