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Custom 2004 Mazda Rx-8 One Of A Kind on 2040-cars

US $10,250.00
Year:2004 Mileage:69561
Location:

Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States

Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States

BEAUTIFUL adult owned Mazda RX-8 

Owned the car for 6 years only driven on the weekends. Truly one of a kind. It has Greddy Exhaust. Apex Headers. AEM Cold Air Intake.

 All of the following parts are new and were put on in June. Less then 100 miles on them. Brand New Magnacore Spark Plugs. Brand New Iridium Spark Plugs. New Mishumuto Radiator, New Radiator Hoses all 9 hoses replaced . New dual fans. New High Flow Water Pump. New Thermostat. Just detailed July 1. Only driven 6,000 miles in the last 6 years had a new engine put in 8,000 miles ago before i purchased . paint is in excellent shape candy orange with a pearl metallic black. windows tinted all around tailights tinted custom mazda emblem on the trunk. interior is easily a 9/10 no rips or tears or cracks of any kind on the interior car is driven once a week on the weekends . Proteck synthetic fuel additive added to every fill up this has been proven to extend life of rotary engines by at least 30% have a couple of bottles that i will include with the sale of the vehicle. The car is being sold as is no warranty of any kind. Please only bid if you are serious about purchasing. Running out of room in the garage just bought a new car and it took the RX-8's spot i don't drive enough to keep it any longer.  title in hand

 the only bad on this car is the windshield was cracked last weekend on the highway. 

Tires have about 55% tread life. 

Just went to Dallas in this from El Paso very reliable

clean title navigation bose no accidents. adult owned never tracked

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Huet Brothers working on new Miata-based retro coupe

Wed, 14 May 2014 19:15:00 EST

Does the name Huet ring a bell? The Dutch brothers started out doing classic car tours in Europe before they started designed and building their own retro sports cars. The first was called the Huet Brothers Special. It was based on an old Triumph TR6 and surfaced back in 2009. But a few years later they started showing designs for a new coupe that called for a straight-six engine under a long bonnet with a fastback roofline, and started taking orders. Over the past two and a half years we didn't see anything materialize out of the Huet Brothers' plans, but word out of the Netherlands has it that the design is back on the table.
According to the Autovisie section of Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, Tino and Paul Huet were planning on building their coupe on the base of the MX-5 Miata. But now that Mazda is preparing to launch an all-new model, the Huets have decided to wait until next year and build their dream car on the new Skyactiv roadster chassis.
Rather than trying to shoehorn in a bigger engine (or the subsequent diesel model that was set to follow), the Huets are reportedly prepared to stick with Mazda's four-pot, offering it in stock form and various states of upgraded tune.

2014 Mazda3 configurator zoom-zooms to life

Thu, 29 Aug 2013 11:32:00 EST

The 2014 Mazda3 is probably going to be on a lot of shopping lists, thanks to its striking good looks, clean interior treatment, fuel economy and driving character. If it happens to be on your personal list of new cars to test, you'll be happy to see that the configurator for Mazda's newest product has officially gone online.
In terms of build-your-own web items, configuring a 3 isn't much of a departure from the rest of the Mazda range. Most of the work comes from choosing one of the three trim levels - Sport, Touring and Grand Touring - and selecting either the 155-horsepower, 2.0-liter, Skyactiv four-cylinder or its larger sibling, the 184-horsepower, 2.5-liter, Skyactiv four. From there, a simple range of color and interior finishes are available, before a slim list of packages, options and accessories. Really, Mazda's made it easy to get through this build process.
Click on over to the configurator and take a look at the options, colors and prices for Mazda's newest five-door hatchback.

Are you the 2016 Mazda Miata?

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 11:01:00 EST

Tech nerds are spoiled. Every year, there's a new iPhone that arrives following months and months of breathless speculation and rumormongering. We car folk have a more difficult life, because vehicles with the iPhone's cult-like devotion and following, while plentiful, only receive hefty updates after several years. Case in point, the Mazda MX-5.
There's a new one coming, and much like the iPhone 6, it'll arrive in just a few weeks. So, in lockstep with the tech folk, we're anxiously biding our time and waiting with baited breath for the expected debut date of September 3. Also, like Apple fanboys, we're clamoring over any hint or teaser as to what the next-gen Miata will bring, which is why we're showing you the above image.
That is, allegedly, the new MX-5 hiding under the sheet. Auto Motor und Sport has the image, which according to World Car Fans was released by Mazda. Of course, we've reached out to the Zoom-Zoom brand for verification of its authenticity, and will be sure to update as soon as we hear back.