1984 series 2 Rx7

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1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by Rexi84 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 2:58 pm

The sad day has come where im putting my Mazda Rx7 up for sale. I have been offered another car that is too good to pass on and the rx7 just doesnt get used much anymore and its a shame for it to sit in the workshop under a cover. Time for someone else to get the enjoyment i have had out of it. i recently drove it to Japfest silverstone after 3 years off the road and it didnt miss a beat.
I bought it from this very forum 6 or 7 years ago and it would be nice for it to stay with someone on the forum again. Im offering it here first to see if anyone is interested. While i have owned it its had an engine rebuild about 3 years ago, it is bridgeported and running a weber 48 ida. Its running pshyco apex seals. It has gaz coilovers fitted with adjustable top mounts, stainless exhaust, strut brace, rota wheels in 4x110 stud pattern, U.S wing mirrors, U.S rear bumper and rear panel, Mazdaspeed steering wheel, glass sunroof, turbo 2 front seats and its polybushed all round also. I bought the rear storage bins from america and have fitted them in the rear on frame work i built myself. I do have the rear seats to go back in and the original front seats which can go with the car if required. I have the original wheels and sunroof also which again can go with the car. The pictures show red trumpets on the carb but at the moment it is running a K n N filter, the red trumpets can go with the car also if wanted and the gear knob is back to standard.

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Any questions just shout, can be viewed on a ramp in our workshop and i have a box full of history and recipts.
Im going to price it at £6500 ono. It really is in good condition, no rot to worry about, polishes up nice, coilovers and some rare parts too.
Thanks for looking.
Adam.
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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by ian65 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 8:59 pm

Worth every penny I’d say given the prices of these cars nowadays
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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by DeanRX7 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:58 pm

Looks like a nice example....but I have to say it....thats quite a shifter you have.
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Post by Threesevens » Thu Jun 07, 2018 10:22 pm

DeanRX7 wrote:
Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:58 pm
Looks like a nice example....but I have to say it....thats quite a shifter you have.
I think my Mrs has got one like that :oops: :lol:

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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by Rexi84 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 11:25 pm

Haha yeah believe it or not the shifter was more functional than it looks. I fitted a rotary shack short shift kit on it so it helped with the short throw of the gear lever. It's an optional extra I have fitted the original gear knob back on.
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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by myatt1972 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 12:04 am

Lovely car with great mods, a very fair price I'd say. Hope it stays with us.
Good luck with the sale.
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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by Wires » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:02 am

I had a good look at this at Japfest, sadly didn't mange to get a chance to say hi to the owner.

Looks lovely, good luck with the sale mate.

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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by Rexi84 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:51 am

Wires wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:02 am
I had a good look at this at Japfest, sadly didn't mange to get a chance to say hi to the owner.

Looks lovely, good luck with the sale mate.
I lost a few hours of my life at japfest wading through the wilderness of hondas and subarus, i nearly sent up a flare at one point! I hope it goes to a good home, i have been offered a chance at another car at a good price and i also have my mazda 1300 that needs finished off.
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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by Casey » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:51 am

GLWTS - it seems a very fair price in the current market. I hope it finds a good home and the owner stays in touch on here.
Good luck with your project too 0-0
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Re: 1984 series 2 Rx7

Post by codge » Fri Jun 08, 2018 12:21 pm

If it does go to ebay I think I'd put the £££ up a bit. You can always come down.

Consensus on here seems to be that's it's a very nice car going for a good price. I agree.

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