The SA/FB Series RX7 was built from Mar 1978 to 1985.
|| access_timeFebruary 15, 2014
First-generation RX-7's are super rare in Japan. They're almost at "unicorn" status. I was in the neighbourhood just the other day and I hap... <More>
|| access_timeDecember 03, 2014
It's about time I showed you all another 1st-gen RX7 (SA22C). And, this being the first *interesting* one that I've seen in quite a while, t... <More>
The FC3S Series RX7 was built from 1986 to 1991.
|| access_timeDecember 20, 2014
This tuned RX-7 with its broken rear windshield is well on the path to a very rusty end. I don't imagine it will take too long at all for th... <More>
|| access_timeMarch 18, 2012
I came across this "left to rot" Infini RX7. It's in what most certainly appears to be an abandoned car-sales yard. There are some other cla... <More>
The FD3S Series RX7 was built from Oct 1991 to Aug 2002.
|| access_timeMarch 28, 2015
We break from our regular schedule to bring you this absolute knock-out, Rocket Bunny body-kitted, late-model RX-7. I saw it at a recent Kyu... <More>
|| access_timeApril 26, 2014
This is an impressive, though very rough collection of sporty Mazdas. There are Efini, Infini & convertible RX7s and also 20B-powered JC Eun... <More>
|| access_timeDecember 19, 2015
It's hard for me to get excited about cars from the 1990's. They're generally quite boring. In contrast, the 3rd-gen, FD RX-7 was one car th... <More>
|| access_timeJuly 13, 2016
Last weekend Stancenation Japan held an event at Sasebo in Nagasaki. There were a few heavy hitters there like LB Works and Star Road, but T... <More>