High Watermark or Just High? 1985 Mazda RX-7

A few years ago I would have said that ten large is a stupid sum of money to pay for a first generation RX-7…but I don’t know these days.  Classic cars are getting gobbled up my well heeled millennials, grubby fingered gen-Xers, and greedy boomers…but the RX-7 has been cheap for years.  Maybe it’s time the spinning apex seal clubber gets its time in the sun?  Or you could at least own this low (53k) mile example and drive it till the miles put it in line with the rest of the market. Find this 1985 Mazda RX-7 offered for $9800 in Arcadia, CA via hemmings. Tip from BP.

From the seller:

Location: Arcadia, California, 91006

VIN #: jm1fb3314f0911645

Transmission: Manual

Condition: Excellent

Exterior: Gun powder grey

Interior: Grey

Seller’s Description:

1985 Mazda Rx7 purchased about 2 years ago and it’s time for someone else to enjoy. I am the 3rd owner but I am more like the 2nd as the previous owner only kept the car for a short period before selling it to me . I purchased the car from The Fast Lane Cars (a Youtube Channel that bought it to review – attached is the Youtube review of the car). I only drove the car on the weekend and never let me down as everything works; radio, antenna (still goes up and down) and even the light on the door’s key lock lights up. Tires have about 3,000 miles on them. This car is in great shape and didn’t have to do anything to it since it was almost perfect! Rust free RX7. Please text me at show contact info if you would like to see it.


Price: $9,800 obo

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