Consider this next car as an apology for the grody brown Mercedes-Benz that I posted the other day — if that car was a wet half-breed three legged donkey, then this RX7 is a chocolate palomino thoroughbred that is racing up in class. It reminds us that brown can be a nice color on cars if done correctly and probably looks even better in person. Now, go find a matching Member’s Only jacket, Ray-Bans, and a Swatch watch. The 80s aren’t back, ’cause they never left. Find this 1983 Mazda RX7 GSL offered for $8,500 in Providence, RI via craigslist. Friend of the seller tip from Art C.
The following tip comes from Tanj! who writes: One owner car with mild restoration 10 years ago. Might be priced a bit on the high side for model as it’s not a 79 or and 84/85 GSL-SE but it is the top of the line model for that year. Find this 1982 Mazda RX-7 GSL […]
The first generation RX-7 (SA/FB built in Japan from 1978 to 1985) was a beautiful ballerina in the sports car world. The RX-7’s lithe frame was propelled by an equally dainty engine – the Mazda rotary. So, why would you take an RX-7 and power it with a cast iron block BMW inline-6? It is […]