1993 Mazda Rx7 Veilside D1-gt Bodykit No Reserve!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on 2040-cars
Kershaw, South Carolina, United States
The Mazda RX7 was only sold in the US from 1993-1995. The production number was only 13,879 in total, To say the car I have here for sale is rare, would be an understatement, you won’t find one in this condition. This car has 91,192 miles and less than 3,000 on the motor, very well cared for its entire life. It has had only 3 owners since it was new. It has been garage kept & driven sparingly. Maintenance was regularly performed by rotorsports racing and all the recalls were performed by Mazda as well.The car was built by rotorsports racing, one of the best shops on the East Coast. The car was built to hold 420 hp and run a single turbo. The stage 2 engine features new rotor housings, upgraded 2mm apex seals with heavy duty springs, competition oil springs, new oil pump and chain, high pressure oil regulator and improved design high flow main bearings. The Veilside D1-Gt body kit has be discontinued. Upgrades
rotorsports stage 2 motor with rebuilt turbos $5,000.00. Veilside D1-GT full body kit $2,500.00
, paint & instillation of body kit $1,800.00.
99 spec turn lamps/fog lights $475.00 and Upgraded Efini Y-pipe $299.99.
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