Any time you see a final generation Mazda RX-7 it's a special sight. But from the moment you lay eyes on this bold red machine, you know it's extraordinary. With all of the ultra-cool body additions, the Corvette-style hood scoop on the front is a nice hint at the 392-horsepower beast within.
If you know RX-7s, then you can instantly pick up on how unique this one is from every angle. It has plenty of pricey body upgrades that include the home market (Japan) front lip spoiler, Seibon carbon fiber hood w/NRG hydraulic hood struts, Re Amimaya side body kit, Shine low-profile full-width spoiler, and Re Amimaya rear valance. All of this looks especially well coordinated because the whole car was given a professional respray in a bold Viper Red. The slick paint combines with the tinted windows and blacker-out taillight panel to create a truly sinister appearance. As slippery as this coupe looks, it's also a bright standout. After all, the CCW 18-inch polished alloys radiate any light around this custom build, and they serve a higher performance purpose with its “swissed” lightened construction.
Open the door, and this is an instant reminder that this Mazda was rebuilt for performance. The Recaro bucket seats are a racing icon, and they are there for more than just show. It's backed up by a four-point racing harnesses, a four-point rear roll cage, and a quick-release NRG steering wheel. But even with all these race-ready components, this is far more than just a track car. The premium nature of this RX-7 comes back into play when you see features like the power windows, power locks, keyless entry, AM/FM/CD/XM stereo, Bluetooth, and the cold air conditioning running modern R134a. But as you grab the Hurst shifter and look at the full GM gauge cluster, you are instantly reminded that this is far more than a Mazda.
Under the hood is a serious upgrade. The Corvette's 5.7-liter LS1 V8 has been expertly transplanted into the engine bay. This fuel-injected American hero has been rebuilt less than 2,000 miles ago and fortified with ported Z06 heads, Diamond pistons, custom camshaft, LS2 rods, ARP bolts, Clevite bearings, Cloyest timing gear & chain, 10.22:1 compression, and JTR headers that feed the dual exhaust. The full package makes around 392 horsepower, which is a major upgrade over the '93 RX-7's original 225 hp. That makes this lightweight coupe a true rocket ship, and that's why the rest of the components were upgraded to optimize all the added power. It starts with the Tremec T-56 six-speed manual transmission that features a Hurst Diamond clutch, and controlling all this added power in the streets is a breeze with the RX-7's fully independent suspension upgraded with BC racing coilovers, new polyurethane bushings, ABS, and a Stoptech six-piston brake kit with the four-wheel discs.
You're looking at a big power custom setup that took a lot of time and funds to get it this professionally finished (we even have the build receipts to prove it.) We would use words like unique, intimidating, rapid, and ready to describe this deal. So the way to express your opportunity at this is “fleeting.” Call now!!