Gateway Classic Cars is proud to offer a super clean 1983 Mazda
RX-7. When talking about Japanese sports car, it is impossible not
to mention the RX-7. Mazda first offered the car in 1978 with a
revolutionary engine. The Wankel rotary was an engine which defied
the norm with its design. The engine has no pistons, but rather a
triangular rotor which rotates around the combustion chamber. The
result is a much smaller displacement than the typical piston
engine. This RX-7 sports the 1.2 Rotary engine. This engine
produced just over 100 horsepower, but was lightweight which
allowed the car to have an incredibly balanced 50/50 weight
distribution. The entire car was under 2,500 pounds, so there is no
doubt why they handle very well. This particular example is a well
maintained 76,504 mile car which is a total survivor. This car
comes with dealer delivery info, original workshop manual, Mazda
RX-7 repair manual, Mazda dealership brochure, and the original
window sticker. The color scheme is Sunrise Red over Black Vinyl/
Velour interior which is in very nice condition! Some features of
the day include a large center mounted tachometer, a hard-to-find
automatic transmission, sunroof, and the state-of-the-art
orthopedic seats. Add the modern CD player and you are ready for
the true sportscar experience! This 1983 Mazda RX-7 can be seen at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com with over 100 HD pictures. For
additional information please call 678-894-4833 or email
1983 Mazda RX-7
Exterior Color:Sunrise Red
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