One-Owner 1993 Mazda RX-7 Five-Speed
*Please note: The current CARFAX report shows an error with a lien or loan reported; this is in process of being fixed on their site. We can confirm that this one-owner 1993 Mazda RX-7 has a clear title with no active lien or loan.
*Please note: A Ride Along, Shifting, and Cold Start video have been added to the video gallery.
*Please note: Undercarriage photos have been added to the end of the photo gallery.
*Please note: Compression test results are shown at the end of the photo gallery. The dealer print out is in additional documents.
1993 Mazda RX-7 Five-Speed Shifting
1993 Mazda RX-7 Five-Speed Ride Along
1993 Mazda RX-7 Five-Speed Cold Start
Mazda was among the first major manufacturers to bring the Wankel rotary engine to market in the late 1960s and produced the only non-piston engine to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991 with their four-rotor 787B. After decades of tireless development of the rotary engine in their sports car range, Mazda introduced the third generation of the popular rotary-powered RX-7 in 1991, often referred to as the FD. The sleek 2+2 coupe was one of the most exotic sports cars of the decade both in terms of its styling and technology; it was equal parts muscular and fluid, with a 1.3-liter rotary featuring the industry’s first mass-produced sequential twin turbocharger system from Japan. Dubbed the 13B-REW, the engine’s twin turbocharger system utilized one of the turbos from 1,800 rpm, while the second turbo, pre-spooled, waited to activate until 4,000 rpm to maintain 10 psi of boost until redline. The FD arrived on North American shores in 1993 and was available in base, Touring, and R1 trim. Less than 15,000 FDs were sold in the United States, with the mass production of rotary engines ending altogether with the discontinuation of the RX-8 in 2012, making these unique sports cars highly collectible today.
One-owner example per the accompanying CARFAX Vehicle History Report
Powered by a 1.3-liter sequentially-turbocharged Wankel rotary engine, rated at 255 horsepower and 217 lb-ft of torque
Five-speed manual transmission with overdrive
Finished in Montego Blue Metallic
Equipped with optional floor mats and leather seating surfaces
Engine oil cooler
Torsen limited-slip differential
Lightweight aluminum hood
Four-wheel double wishbone suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, rear shock tower support brace
Power-assisted four-wheel ventilated disc brakes
Showing 50,750 miles at the time of listing
Clean CARFAX Vehicle History Report
Front air dam
Power windows and door locks
Anti-theft alarm system
AM/FM/Cassette stereo with five speakers, anti-theft coding, and automatic power antenna
9,000 rpm tachometer
Leather-wrapped steering wheel, shift knob, and handbrake grip
Remote liftgate and fuel door release
Highback bucket seats
Dual covered storage compartments
Cruise control with steering-wheel-mounted controls
Gauges for oil pressure and engine coolant temperature
Heater/defroster with four-speed blower and side window demisters
Drilled aluminum clutch and brake pedals
Three-point safety belts
The consignor notes an intermittent chatter when shifting from fourth to fifth gear
Wear on the driver’s outer seat bolster
Scratch on the passenger door
Dent near the right-rear side marker light
Owner’s manual and quick reference guide
Spare wheel and tire
This 1993 Mazda RX-7 was purchased new by the consignor and first registered in Maryland on 17 April 1993 showing 238 miles according to the accompanying clean CARFAX Vehicle History Report. The consignor reports that the car has always been stored in a heated facility during his stewardship.
Hagerty Marketplace has confirmed a clean title status, the owner maintains the title in hand and will send it to the Hagerty Marketplace team to be reassigned to the new owner after the auction is complete.
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