This is not advertising. I have found a really nice car just 10 miles from
my house. It is in outstanding condition. Just wana know what you think. I
have never seen a car like this at ANY dealership
ya they are really nice and are becoming really hard to find. A lot of people overprice them. It's a rare to see at a delearship but it happens... I love everything about the car. The look is awesome, it's quick and fast. The only downside that it might have is if something happens to that rotary engine not everyone can fix it and the ones that can seem to charge a lot. I was trying to find one of these when i was looking for a car but the lowest price i could find was around 10k with like 100k miles. I would have taken it, but it was 3k out of my budget.
Yes plus the fact that its an AUTO kinda defies the whole idea of the RX-7 experience. Im sure its fast in its own right, but id rather have it stick, you you can really let it lose. :2cents:
Man $16k for that? That seems a bit high. Looks like it is in great shape though, but I would rather use that money to get something new :2cents:
It aint gona be no RX-7 though. I gotta admit, ive been to the dealership to check out a Maxima they had (was waaay out of my price range...this was before i got the neon), and saw the RX-7...amazing..a lot smaller than I thought it would be.
what is it with mazda drivers and the mentality that most people cant work on there engine, we had one here out in the lot with a no-start condition, he was outside on his cell with the tuner shop that just did his turbos, so i thought id go shoot the shit with him seemed nice enough, i said so whats the problem. he says well it wont start and i just had all this stuff done to it so now im getting the guy who did the work to come out here to check it out, i was out of the monkey suit so he didnt know i was from the shop, and before i could say anything he mentioned,"and these guys in here will have no clue what to do with a rotary". before he could spit out one more word i said oh really, well if you dont plan on getting it fixed here you have exactly 30 minutes to get it the phuck off my lot or im calling the cops. Internal combustion is internal combustion no matter which way you want to look at it. Makes me sooo angry i could choke someone
That's a pretty normal price for one so nicely maintained...why not give her a test run? :hi:
Too much power. Might "loosen my moose" lol. Fast and the Furious was so funny.
I bet you can't even drive stick, Neonboy. Apart from that I agree with what you said.
Price is too high and it's an auto :banghead:
After buying a 1994 RX-7 touring...I can honestly say I'm never buying an RX-7 again unless it has a V-8 in it, or I have the time to do a V-8 swap myself :mrgreen:
Actually I can drive stick, but im not perfect at it. And is Neonboy supposed to be an insult, because if so its not working. :thumbs:
To someone who likes real cars it's an insult. :thumbs:
And what is a "real" car to you? BMW? To me its a Porsche. To nissan_altima its an Enzo and 62, to my buddy ilya its a 350Z, to my dad its a Corolla, so you can shove it pal. Different people, different tastes. :thumbs:
To be honest, most shops simply won't work on rotaries, and many that WILL are pretty incompetent.
It was VERY hard to find a place that worked on rotaries when my girlfriend
and myself bought the 94. Ended up being we took it to where I always hang
at the Honda/Acura shop and they knew a ton about rotaries as they had a
race car with many rotaries in and out of it. We must have called 5 or 6
"import specialist" places and none of them said they would work on it.
Didn't even try general automotive repair shops...Probably would get the
same reaction. What was even worse was when had spent the few thousand on
the 20b then couldnt find a place to put it in! Or put in it for a
This is very true, many shops refuse to work on rotaries.