I hope everyone enjoyed the Bracq Friday posts of this past long Turkey Day weekend celebrating the German cars designed by a Frenchman, but it is time to go back to DT’s bread-and-butter…or brot-und-buerre, which is low mile sports cars from the mid-80s that don’t cost a kidney to own and drive every day. Next up is a rotary powered Mazda that might cost more than the typical beater RX-7, but with only 38k miles on the odometer, this thing is barely half way through its first set of apex seals. Find this 1987 Mazda RX7 Turbo II offered for $14,900 in West Central MN via craigslist. Tip from Jeff.
From the seller:
1987 Mazda Rx7 Turbo II
title status: clean
1987 Mazda Rx7 Turbo II. 5-speed
Super color combo, rare low mileage rust free southern car.
Car has just under 39,000 actual miles.
Only mod ever are wheels and S4 tails. Original wheels, S4 tails and some misc spare parts included in sale.
Absolutely no rust and no issue. Car starts right up, hot or cold. Tranny shifts smoothly. I changed the tranny and diff fluids, installed new oem plugs and wires.
A/c is still charged with R-12. Freon.
Car needs nothing. Id drive it anywhere with no worries. I have videos of cold start and walk around. Also many more pictures.
Title is free and clear. Original owner owned it until 2018
Asking $14,900 obo