1990 RX7 FC TII Vert

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DKWW2000
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1990 RX7 FC TII Vert

Post by DKWW2000 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 7:24 pm

As you may have been aware I was offered a local one awhile back but when it came to the crunch it fell through, however another (only 41000 mls & done just over 1K in last 11 years) came to light shortly afterwards, not local & the rest is now..............

On route to Devon
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Up on the Moors today........

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I even had a chance to clean up the Engine Bay...............

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Even though she has FSH (mazda up to 28000) I found the Air Filter Clogged, still original Fuel Filter, filthy oil & dirty plugs!
Goes like a greased whippet on steroids.
Down side, plugs are a sod to get at, sump plug must be removed from underneath & air filter enclosed by 10 screws........Oh & needs a new Hood! Spoilt by FB
RX7 FB S3 - RX7 FC TII Vert
Rotaries Previously Owned:-
2 x NSU Ro 80s - 2 x S2 RX7s - Suzuki RE 5 - DKW(Hercules) W2000 - Norton (Krauser) Commander

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC Vert

Post by ian65 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 7:54 pm

lovely car Pete, that is so clean
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Re: 1990 RX7 FC Vert

Post by DKWW2000 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:14 pm

It is not underneath now, as it was warm & sunny today I gave it a coat old engine oil mixed with diesel & waxoyl.
RX7 FB S3 - RX7 FC TII Vert
Rotaries Previously Owned:-
2 x NSU Ro 80s - 2 x S2 RX7s - Suzuki RE 5 - DKW(Hercules) W2000 - Norton (Krauser) Commander

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC Vert

Post by A7RXY » Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:48 pm

Looks good Pete, but a move to the dark side.

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC Vert

Post by DKWW2000 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:55 pm

A7RXY wrote:Looks good Pete, but a move to the dark side.

With the hood down in the summer, it will be a move to the sunny side ....hahaha
RX7 FB S3 - RX7 FC TII Vert
Rotaries Previously Owned:-
2 x NSU Ro 80s - 2 x S2 RX7s - Suzuki RE 5 - DKW(Hercules) W2000 - Norton (Krauser) Commander

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC Vert

Post by Threesevens » Fri Nov 17, 2017 10:46 pm

looks great. Wouldn't mind one myself. Maybe when I get my Elford back

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC TII Vert

Post by richrx » Sat Nov 18, 2017 3:22 pm

Looking super clean, and a very vibrant red...

I still miss mine. Upset a civic type r and E36 325i with its performance, oh a merc sl 320 too. Very underated cars!

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC TII Vert

Post by myatt1972 » Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:12 pm

Lovely looking car Pete, hope you've got a flying jacket and stiff scarf !
Keith...

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC TII Vert

Post by MelloYello » Sun Nov 19, 2017 1:15 am

Well jealous, looks like a good 'un.

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Re: 1990 RX7 FC TII Vert

Post by DKWW2000 » Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:45 am

myatt1972 wrote:Lovely looking car Pete, hope you've got a flying jacket and stiff scarf !
Just ordered Jacket from WW II RAF nostalgia (put wire coat hangar in scarf) & already got Moustache, goggles & hat! YukYukYuk Tally Ho

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RX7 FB S3 - RX7 FC TII Vert
Rotaries Previously Owned:-
2 x NSU Ro 80s - 2 x S2 RX7s - Suzuki RE 5 - DKW(Hercules) W2000 - Norton (Krauser) Commander

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