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A Handful Remain: 1971 Mazda Savanna Coupe GSII (S102A/RX3)

March 14, 2020

Besides the meticulously cared-for, Espace Blue RX-3/Savanna GS II, I go over the figures of how many were originally registered back in the day versus how many remained registered as at June 2011; and it doesn't look good. What does look good, amazing in fact, is this car; a wonderful survivor.

The S102/S124 Series RX3 was built from Sep 1971 to 1978. This RX3 coupe was built in 1971. It has a 982cc rotary engine.

More information: Wikipedia - Mazda Grand Familia

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