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Old 03-12-17, 07:23 PM
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Year: 1993
Make: Mazda
Model: RX-7
Price: $1
Mileage: 1
Color: all
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (US State/Canada/Int): FL

Originally Posted by TwinCharged RX7 View Post
This is the craziest way to buy a car I've ever seen. Are you trying to get the worst deal possible? Never just advertise your max budget.

Find a car you like, make an offer, see what happens.
Haha, thank you!
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Here you go. Dude's ask is a little high, but car looks nice in the ad.
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Originally Posted by asesereker View Post
Hahaha! Thanks guys!
all in good fun..!! We just wish we had your problem $$$.. ha!
i have a beautiful FB but really desire an FD too ... and a TII as well..
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Thank you very much to all you guys, for all your help in finding my dream car. I really do sincerely appreciate the links, replies, and everything you post. Thank you once again!
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Little surprised you haven't looked into the eBay FD in Kenton, Ohio. BIN at 23,500.00 and on Autolist for offers. It appears extremely clean low miles. If you look at the one pic of the gas tank/suspension it appears nearly new. Surely worth a look see.
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Originally Posted by tool and die guy View Post
Little surprised you haven't looked into the eBay FD in Kenton, Ohio. BIN at 23,500.00 and on Autolist for offers. It appears extremely clean low miles. If you look at the one pic of the gas tank/suspension it appears nearly new. Surely worth a look see.
I think that one just sold for the BIN price of $23,500.00 disappeared from eBay 3 hours before auction end. That was a nice one. Not so sure you're serious about all this.
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Originally Posted by tool and die guy View Post
I think that one just sold for the BIN price of $23,500.00 disappeared from eBay 3 hours before auction end. That was a nice one. Not so sure you're serious about all this.
Thanks for your help. I've seen that one. I've decided that I really don't want a sunroof car. I'm tall... Thank you again
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Originally Posted by asesereker View Post
Thanks for your help. I've seen that one. I've decided that I really don't want a sunroof car. I'm tall... Thank you again
you should be looking for a corvette..
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Originally Posted by asesereker View Post
I'm looking for a stock, or close to stock FD RX-7. Looking for something clean. Something in great condition. I want to find a car that has been cared for and loved. I'm really looking for an R1 or Base model, but will consider Touring models as well. I'd like to have relatively low miles, and a lower number of owners. Light, or Reliability mods are ok. I will consider most cars. Clean title, and no accidents.

Thank you for looking. Let me know what you have!


NOT looking for: shells, cars with rust, Junkers, or projects cars, cars with a lot of owners, or high mileage, or accidents, or cars with body filler, or questionable titles or title situations. cars with body kits, non running cars, cars without engines or transmissions, etc..
My car is in your price range, but does not really meet much of your criteria on being stock - see post #4 here
https://www.rx7club.com/3rd-generati.../#post12164295
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Stick with stock so you don't get stuck with someone's experiement. If something was to go wrong good luck in figuring out.

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Originally Posted by tool and die guy View Post
you should be looking for a corvette..
Not a chance in hell where I would ever buy a corvette. Ever!
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Originally Posted by Driver_WT View Post
My car is in your price range, but does not really meet much of your criteria on being stock - see post #4 here
https://www.rx7club.com/3rd-generati.../#post12164295
Hey, thanks for reaching out. Your car is very nice. I do like it. However, not a good fit for me. It's in Canada, plus modded, plus the highest mileage I will now consider is 50k miles. But I thank you.
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Originally Posted by asesereker View Post
Hey, thanks for reaching out. Your car is very nice. I do like it. However, not a good fit for me. It's in Canada, plus modded, plus the highest mileage I will now consider is 50k miles. But I thank you.
No problem. When I bought the car it was in Minn.
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Originally Posted by asesereker View Post
Not a chance in hell where I would ever buy a corvette. Ever!
comfortably seats tall people. Rx7's not so much
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Originally Posted by Pietro931 View Post
Stick with stock so you don't get stuck with someone's experiement. If something was to go wrong good luck in figuring out.
pietro is right on.. if you don't wrench your own stock low miles all the way
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There's been soooo many you passed up on and the heard is thinning fast.
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Originally Posted by tool and die guy View Post
comfortably seats tall people. Rx7's not so much
The Base and R1 and R2 are a good fit for me.
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Originally Posted by tool and die guy View Post
There's been soooo many you passed up on and the heard is thinning fast.
yep... I've passed on 100's of these things! I know what I want.
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Originally Posted by Pietro931 View Post
Stick with stock so you don't get stuck with someone's experiement. If something was to go wrong good luck in figuring out.
You know me man! Only the cleanest and best will satisfy!
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Not an FD but someday I'll add a black one to this if the opportunity and $$$ arises. Keep on hunting. It's half the fun. Call it a Quest!!!
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Originally Posted by tool and die guy View Post


Not an FD but someday I'll add a black one to this if the opportunity and $$$ arises. Keep on hunting. It's half the fun. Call it a Quest!!!
Hey man, that's a clean looking FB! Very nice!
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Hey man, that's a clean looking FB! Very nice!
thank you..all original. Put about 5-6$k in her winter before last. Only non-original upgrades are short shift, RB header/exhaust/pre-silencer. New tokico's,bearings,bushings,slotted rotors, hawk brakes, braided everything-brakes,mc,clutch,pp,to-bearing,bushings,tires,carpet insulation...on and on. Too much to even remember. Clay-barred, five step paint recovery, all paintless dent removal, wheel alignment, Lucas in the trans and Dif.. phew.. much more. Taking her to DGRR this April fir my birthday. 118k original engine still set from Hiroshima. Still have more to do but she runs great. Bucket list is to have a black TII and a black FD to match. Wish I had your wallet!!! Come to DGRR!!!
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Can anyone tell me the actual facts (not opinions) of the difference between the R1 and the R2? I'm not talking about what colors they were available in, or what years they were available. I'm talking about the structure of the car. The physical difference. The added or subtracted parts. The mechanical side of it. Suspension, Computer etc.. What's the difference?

I have looked online and can not seem to find solid answers. Any help is appreciated guys.
thank you.

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