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1984 Mazda RX7 GS 12A All Original Excellant Condition

1984 Mazda RX-7 GS Coupe 2-Door

Make: Mazda
Model: RX-7
SubModel: GS
Type: Fastback
Trim: GS Coupe 2-Door
Year: 1984
Mileage: 212,000
VIN: JM1FB331XE0840045
Color: Beige
Engine: 1.1L 1146CC R2 GAS Naturally Aspirated
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bandera, Texas, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
Cassette Player, Sunroof
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Description for Mazda RX-7 1984

1984 Mazda RX7 GS 12A Rotary Engine, Manual 5 speed. All Original, runs great. This car is in collector condition and I doubt you could find one in better shape. I also have all the maintenance records on the car since it was new (although some of them are hard to make out). Title is clear.
This car is in great shape, although there are some things I was planning to do to it mostly cosmetic. First the rubber around the windows is cracking on the exterior and the fake chrome trim has some black areas on it. Second the fins on the hatchback window need to be re-rivoted (they flap around while driving) and I was going to have it powder coated after doing so. Third there is a piece of the chrome around the windshield that is off, but I do have it just needs the clips. Interior, again in great shape but has the common broken drivers side window handle, a small tear in the drivers seat (pictured) and the tops of the door panels needs to be redone (pictured), other than that has the original stereo (not working) and the rest is as good as you're gonna find. The original digital clock still even works. Mechanically the car runs great and starts easy unless it's really cold out. I don't drive it much but do start it once a week. Every 3rd or4th start it says it needs coolant so there is a small leak somewhere, best case scenario it's a hose, worse case maybe the water pump but inexpensive to fix either way. Also, has a leak in the break system. Requires fluid every so often but the breaks work fine after fluid is added. I was also planning on putting new struts and shocks on it.
I'm the third owner, although the second owner pretty bought it from the original owner in New Mexico registered it and brought it to me in Texas.
As far as shipping you have two choices, you can come in person and get it or you can arrange for a shipping company to come and transport it for you. I figure this way you can get the best price on having it shipped and I'll stay out of it. I'll sign the title, fill out your info and put it in the glove box all you'll have to do is sign it.After auctions close a $500 deposit is expected within 3 days of auctions close through PayPal, the balance can be paid by cashiers check, money orderor cash (in person) within 7 days. Once I've been paid, you can take your time finding a shipping company (no rush, but within 30 days would be nice) it's in my garage and I will continue to start it once a week until it's picked up. But I will not allow it to be taken if full payment has not been received.