1989 Mazda RX-7 GXL, LIKE NEW, Under 50,000 miles! Blaze Red with black leather. 13B Wankel Rotary, normally aspirated, rated at 162hp. 5 speed manual gearbox. Sold new on 8/31/1989 from Whitten Mazda in Richmond, VA. SURVIVOR! This Series 5 “FC” RX-7 is amazing as it has only 49,251 miles in its 30 years! A true survivor, our FC shows like a 3 year old car. Wonderfully shiny, crisp and sanitary throughout, it has certainly lived a pampered life…which not many of these cars did. 100% stock and unmodified, unheard of in the JDM tuner world! The original invoice shows it was ordered with optional leather trim (an $850 upcharge) and totaled $22,754. It comes to us from a local collector that acquired it a few years ago from our suburban Boston showroom. Serviced in 2016 by a local specialist (drive belts, clutch service and new plugs) and just professionally detailed by Doctor Detail. Books & car cover included. Currently registered in California thru 10/2020.
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Lito Pejoro and his car were older than most at RADwood Las Vegas, but they had a story to share
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Eighteen of the greatest Japanese sports cars will be on display at the Simeone Automotive Museum in Philadelphia as part of a special exhibit, the Best of Japan.