OldCarOnline.com - 1991 Mazda RX7

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Ad Number:235445
Vehicle Type:Collectible Late Model
Model Type:Convertible
Price:$7500  USD
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Name:John Tidwell
Zip/Postal Code:76520
Phone 1:512-468-0526
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Vehicle Description

1991 Mazda RX-7 Convertible (RX7)

74,000 Original Miles

This may well be the cleanest RX7 in the country. All original car with 74,000 miles on it. Paint, glass and convertible top in perfect condition. Even has original factory floor mats, and all “owner tools” (center cap remover, owner’s manual, special jacking chock). The original leather interior has no rips or tears. Carpet and headliner excellent.

Equipped with: Rotary Engine 5 speed manual transmission – Cruise Control - AM/FM CD Pioneer radio with surround sound -- Air Conditioning – Power Steering & Brakes – Power Windows – Power Locks -- Alloy Wheels.

This car is in excellent condition and needs absolutely nothing in terms of trim work or mechanical repairs. Runs outstanding and is very fast. Never wrecked, no rust ever, no body repair ever. Old Car Guide rates this car as a 2, making their book value over $12000.

Feel free to call me at 512-468-0526 (John Tidwell). The title is in the name of our vehicle dealership, which we recently closed. Since our license is still in effect, Texas buyers must pay tax, title and license at time of possession—not so for out-of-state buyers. Clear Texas title—I don’t think the vehicle has ever been garaged outside of Texas. Cameron is 75 miles Northeast of Austin, 130 Northwest of Houston, and 180 South of Dallas. If you are nearby, come give it a drive!

Payment must be either cashier’s check, postal money order, or cash in person. No money market or drafts on such accounts. As is customary in vehicle transactions, the vehicle nor the title will be released until funds are securely in our possession. No credit cards. Deposit of $500 within 5 days of sale agreement.

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