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One of my friends found this on Autotrader and sent me the link. I thought i would post it up and see what people thought. It's nice but does not do it for me in white. Looks a nice car though. Mazda RX7 TURBO 2DR 1.3 1992

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1992 would be one of the last ones in that shap before the FD3 came out. Yes it looks mint and very well maintained but i wouldnt pay £5k for it nor would most folks im sure.

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5k RX7? (checks calendar, nope not April 1st) :roflmao:

Look totally cool as you go roof down Tokyo Drifting fast and furious stylee.

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I do like these old RX's, 5k doesn't seem to bad for something thats been 'restored' whatever that means, hopefully the engine has had new rotor tips/seals as 60k is about when they go pop.

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I do like these old RX's, 5k doesn't seem to bad for something thats been 'restored' whatever that means, hopefully the engine has had new rotor tips/seals as 60k is about when they go pop.

Thats a long lasting engine then :ffs:

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Thats a long lasting engine then :ffs:

Standard for a turbo'd rotary engine i'm afraid, hence why they aren't popular, and Mazda ditched the turbo on the RX8 so they'd last a bit longer.

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From memory the road tax on them is horrendous. Someone at work has a newer shaped one, so i assume a non turbo 1300 cc and it s £450 a year

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That's because they burn oil, so much in some cases they're classed as 2-stroke ;)

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From memory the road tax on them is horrendous. Someone at work has a newer shaped one, so i assume a non turbo 1300 cc and it s £450 a year

On something that age it'll be £135 a year.

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