1993 rx7 FD

1993 local Canadian Mazda RX7, converted to non sequential twin turbo Has 227,xxx KM on the body with approx 33,xxx KM on a 99 spec type R engine. Red exterior. Black Interior. Cloth seats. Keyless entry, keyless starter, turbo timer, alarm. 5 speed. Mud guards. No accidents! - ARC titanium shift knob - DOG tranny (approx 10,xxx on it ) - Brand new K&N filter replaced 1k ago - Polished Greddy elbow - Koni Yellow shock - Eibach lowering spring - Racing beat Dual tip exhuast - RX7 fashion 3" DP - Forcefed custom 3" MP - Apex' i Power FC, commander - Sparco 320mm steering wheel - R1 lip - Russel SS bake lines - Crooked Willow Racing large SMIC (largest and thickest core for a SMIC you can find. You cannot find this anymore) - Autometer a-pillar dual gauge pod - Autometer Sport Comp Boost gauge - Autometer Sport Comp Water temp gauge - B&M short shifter - Unobtainium complete suspension bushing - 99 spec tail lights - Brand new GENISIS compact battery - Gotham Racing polyurethane engine mounts - Rear spoiler - Stage 3 clutch

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