This 1983 Mazda RX-7 is presented in Sunrise Red with Black interior. It has a Twin Rotor 12A 100hp engine that's backed by a 3 speed Automatic transmission with a 3.90 rear gear ratio. Other options include Alloy Wheels,Air Conditioning,3-Speed Automatic and Sunroof. This car has 31,115 very low miles on it. The car runs well with no issues at the time. The car has been a North Carolina car all of its life. Here is a brief history on the Mazda RX-7 Model: The first generation had its largest facelift in 1981 and continued through the 1983 model year. For many reasons, Mazda added more aerodynamic front and rear bumpers, and wider trimming which blended into the bumpers much more efficiently. A redesigned much better looking front spoiler was added. For emissions sake a pair of catalytic converters were added and a 'split-air' exhaust system was added. This system pumped fresh air from the air pump to either the exhaust ports or the second catalytic converter, to reduce emissions a 'shutter valve' in the intake manifold was designed to shut off the gas and air from the rear rotor while the car was decelerating. This raised the city and highway gas mileage by about 20%! New, redesigned alloys was another exterior change for the Generation 1 models. The GSL model replaced the Leather Sport package. The GSL included rear disc brakes, aluminum wheels, and a sunroof, and it made leather interior as an option.Contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.
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