GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1983 Mazda RX-7 for sale. Coming out of Texas this car is in great condition and shows minimal wear throughout the interior and exterior. The Mazda RX-7 is powered by a 1.1L Wankel rotary engine that is so smooth you won't even notice the engine running up to the 7,000rpm redline. Mated to the rotary engine is a 5-speed manual transmission that shifts extremely smooth. The clutch was replaced three years ago and engages right away.
This example offered here is a special limited edition RX-7 and features “Limited Edition” on the exterior of the car. The Chateau Silver Metallic paint is in great condition and is a color that was only available on the Limited Edition Mazda RX-7. Along with the special paint, the exterior also features red stripes running along the side of the car and aluminum wheels.
On the Limited Edition RX-7, was featured a red velour and leather interior that shows some wear and tear but nothing that isn't expected for a car of this age. The Mazda RX-7 features a sound system featuring AM/AF radio, equalizer w/ stick balancer, and 6 speakers. With air conditioning and a manual tilt sunroof, this car is always ready to go out and enjoy the road while keeping you comfortable.
Mazda was looking to produce a replacement for their RX3 model and began production of their new sports car in 1978 making it available as a 1979 model year. The Mazda RX-7 (also called the Savanna and Efini RX-7) was built to be affordable and fun, similar to the Datsun and Nissan 280Z. Featuring many great sport features such as its unique twin-rotor rotary engine situated slightly behind the front axle, rear-wheel-drive layout, near 50/50 weight distribution and its sleek sporty front-midship, this vehicle was not only well received by the media but the consumers alike. With its new twin-rotor design, this engine produced 100 hp and was able to top speeds of 120 mph. This was such a smooth running engine that a buzzer was installed to the tachometer to give its driver a warning when pushing 7,000 rpm! Driving a rotary engine isn't like anything else. The feel and sound aren't like anything that is produced by a normal combustion engine. Please call or email with any questions or for additional information.