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.
I hate to be the guy who pooh-poohs all the good ideas around here…but buying a 30 year old Citroen is sorta like buying a private jet. Its not intrinsically a bad idea…its just that the consequences are less than desirable. Sure, its nice to brag to your friends about your new toy, but maintenance […]
The FC generation Mazda RX-7 is currently languishing in the no-man’s zone between a collectible classic and depreciated junk. The savvy buyer might consider picking up cheap example and parking it in a barn for a few decades and then “discovering” it and flipping for big profit. The Daily Tourist will pickup a perfectly clean […]