1977 Mazda RX-3 SP
Freshly rebuilt 13B (4 port) 1/2 bridge port. Idles smooth at only 1500 and runs strong! Weber 50 side draft with racing beat intake. New racing beat headers and new magnaflow exhaust system 2 1/2 straight back. Electric fan and RX7 radiator. 79 5 speed tranny with exedy heavy duty clutch, and lightened steel flywheel. No cutting necessary to fit. New custom 3 inch drive shaft. Limited slip rear end with 3.90 gears. Brakes front and back have been completely redone. New or rebuilt calipers, pads, shoes, drums. Suspension is stock, but everything is still pretty tight. Paint is fresh and near perfect. It is done in an original color ( I don't know the exact name). I actually sent it back and had it done twice to get it right. There is no rust anywhere! Decals are new, and I have an extra set for the sides that I will include in the sale. New undercoating has been applied underneath and in the fenderwells. Interior has been redone, seats front and rear, carpet, dash, door panels, rear deck. I am still waiting on the shifter boot, but it will be done shortly, and will be included with the sale. Also, one of the door cups (Behind the lever to open door) is missing. If I can find one, I will include it. Trunk has also been carpeted to give it a clean appearance. A custom box was made for the CD player. It looks pretty cherry :) and allowed us to install without cutting anything. All lights interior and exterior work perfectly. New Falken Ziex tires, on fully restored and polished enkei wheels. 195-50-15 up front, 225-50-15 in rear.
Basically everything on this car has either been completely restored, or gone through. You will be hard pressed to find a nicer SP.
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Mazda Service-Repair Handbook: Rx-2 and Rx-3, 1971-1977 book download Alan Ahlstrand Download here http://
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Posted: 09 Oct 2009
From WikipediaThe Mazda RX-3 is an automobile sold in the 1970s. It was intended to be smaller and sportier than its brother, the RX-2/Capella Rotary. In 1972 all rotary engines had their die-cast rotor housing coated with a new process: The new Transplant Coating Process (TCP) featured sprayed-on steel which is then coated with chrome, giving greatly increased engine life. It was available from September, 1971 through 1978 in Super deluxe coupé, Deluxe sedan, and station wagon forms.
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