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The 1988 Mazda RX-7 has matured into an intriguing and attractive grand touring machine, and the convertible version is the ultimate expression of the open road. That's why we're very excited to see an affordable example that retains all the features that makes this such a unique and desirable sports classic.
The RX-7 is a machine that's always full of clever ideas, and dropping its top only adds to the appeal. Dressed in its factory-correct white, the paint retains nice gloss that's right for a sunshine-friendly convertible. One of the reasons why these Mazdas retain their desirability is the build quality. The headlights fit flush against the body; the black trim line remains virtually unbroken as it encircles the entire car; and the special 15-inch BBS wheels retain a premium style. It makes for an attractive total package.
A car like this is meant to be open to the world. So the blue/gray leather interior does a nice job of complementing the exterior white. The carpeting, door panels, dash, and bucket seats all look quite original. In fact, you even get the premium factory AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo that has special speakers in the headrests with individual volume control (it's just one of those premium and unique touches that make this generation RX-7 so cool.) You'll slip behind the sporty three-spoke steering wheel and get excited as you grip the well-placed stick shift. Your heart will begin beating a bit faster as you watch the red-faced gauges begin to dance - and yes, the tach is prominently the center just like a Porsche. But more than just a pure sports machine, the RX-7 was Mazda's flagship car, and so there are plenty of luxury features. It includes, power windows, power mirrors, power steering, cruise control, a power folding top, and air conditioning to help keep you cool while looking cool in this drop-top.
The RX7's real calling card was the revolutionary two-rotor Wankel engine. This is believed to be the original motor, and its exceptional appearance tells you this was well-respected. The rotary motor has a compact design and a smooth nature that was an ideal combo. It delivers the same power package as its six and eight-cylinder competitors, but with a high-revving 7,000 RPM for a unique dose of performance. And you get to experience all of the powerband thanks to the full control of the five-speed manual transmission. Plus, the fully independent suspension, nice weight distribution, grippy BF Goodrich tires, and four-wheel disc brakes combine to offer the ideal mixture of performance and comfort.
Complete with owner's manual and maintenance records, this modern classic is a blast to drive down your favorite twisting piece of pavement - with the wind in your hair and the sun overhead. So at this price, it's a total package classic that won't be with us long. Call today!!!
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