1979 Mazda GLC Hatch For Sale
Selling this Rare Mazda GLC Hatch in original running condition. Amazing
turn key car ready for your next build. It ran when we got it but we just
gave it a full tune up, starts on the first try. We've been looking for a
clean GLC for years for our next project, Our plans were to make this into
a Rotary street rocket. We just don't have the time but don't really have
to sell. Please, if your looking, then you know how rare these cars are,
the price is FIRM, NO TRADES, NO GAMES, NO BS, We have been dealing with
these type of cars for over 20yrs. Serious Inquiries only, call, text or
email, we'll get back to you asap. Thanks
Mazda 323 JDM323
A short tale of a 1979 323 hatch, bought for $1200, tidied up, driven for a
bit then sold due to nowhere to house it, wish i still had it.
Hatchback Heroes -- Mazda3 Evolution | Zoom-Zoom Magazine | Mazda Canada
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Join Dave Coleman, Chassis Development Engineer at Mazda, as he details the
evolution of the Mazda3 -- a car 35 years in the making.
In 1977, the Mazda3 started as the GLC -- a lightweight, nimble vehicle
that was fuel efficient, reliable, and spacious. The GLC went front-wheel
drive in the 1980s, and was renamed the Mazda 323. By the late 1990s, the
name changed again and the 323 became the Mazda Protegé. In 2003, the
Mazda3 name finally appeared. This time, it was a significant departure
from its predecessors: bigger, more well-rounded, with nimble handling and
enough power to back it up.
From the GLC, right up to the all-new 2014 Mazda3, we've always made
Mazda3s with a few core principles in mind: good handling, nimble,
well-balanced, and above all -- they're fun to drive.
See your local dealer to test drive the completely re-engineered and
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1985 Mazda GLC 3-door hatchback
So here she is,
"She had me at hello" - a little curbside love! anyway....
So its a 1985 mazda GLC 3-door hatch.
4spd manual, manual windows, radio delete option, no tilt steering, no
power steering, no a/c, it does however have working windshield wipers and
rear defrost... haha
Car still has original spare, INCREDIBLY little rust... yeah, the bumpers
are bent, but no big deal...
It runs and drives incredibly well, not to mention BETTER than it should
considering its a 25 year old car.
yoeys 1979 mazda rx323 12a rotary
12a bridge port, with racing beat ports, 48mm ida, gilmores, s4 gear box,
fresh rebuild 500k's, needs to b Dyno tuned.. pink stickerd due
to mirror tint's f.t.p, take them off and it will fly through vtnz =)
Mazda 323 13B turbo dyno - Promaz Automotive
Don't let it's subtle looks fool you, Andrew's Mazda 323 is all go. On the
rollers at Promaz Automotive the small 323 is powered by a race 13B bridge
port rotary engine and Boosted by a
Garrett GTX42R turbocharger. [
Mazda rx323 13b pp
5 months of build up,finally going again
13b pp 48 ida
de-loomed/smoothen and shaven engine bay
fresh panel and paint
90 liter drop tank
twin 2" Exhaust (4 resonators) under
diff then 3" Dyno tech
new mags and tyres (d1rs)
now have wof will be installing the new diff soon (b1600 housing ford
courier LSD diff head,30 spline axles pulsar calipers and disc breaks
re-drilled to mazda)
keep a look out for more vids of testing the diff (lol)
Mazda 323 FA '79
Mazda 323 FA pierwsza generacja z roku 1979. / Mazda 323 FA first
generation from 1979 - in USA also known as Great Little Car (GLC)
Big burnouts & drag - 13B Mazda 323
Andrew's Mazda rotary turbo runs a P.B
at Heathcote Raceway. The 323 is powered by a Promaz Automotive race 13B
bridge port rotary engine and Boosted by a Garrett GTX42R turbocharger and MicroTech ECU. Power drives
through a Direct Clutches twin plate, S5 gearbox and 9in rear end.[