Not to be confused with a 'Production' RX7, this extremely rare wide-bodied 'AdFacer' version is one of only 3 specially commissioned by Mazda and jointly developed and built by Esprit and RE Amemiya for record breaking, endurance and Motorshows, this actual one being exhibited at the 1993 Tokyo Auto Salon. It is the only example outside Japan, and also incidentally the quickest road car I have ever driven.
Custom coachwork - all white ... and interior - black suede and leather ... plus 17" gold-chrome OZ wheels, with every comfort including A/C and I.C.E.
An absolute fortune has been spent on every aspect of this superb GT over the past 6 years. Totally rebuilt, specially developed 450 bhp engine and fully modified suspension etc. gives 0 - 100 mph in under 8 secs - and, being a genuine Japanese 'Mid Night Club' car (endorsed by the signature decals and by an expert specialist in MN Club matters), a potential top speed of 200+ mph!
18,000 miles only, beautiful, sensational and perfect.
Equally suitable as practical (2 + 2) family transport, or for huge grin-inducing Track Days and Club Sprints etc., this is a special piece of Japanese automotive history with supportive documentation.
For sale at a mere fraction of my outlay over the past 14 years, and tremendous value at £27,500. P/Ex possible.
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  • Mileage: 18,000
  • Year: 1993
  • Doors: 2
  • Body type: Coupe
  • Transmission type: Manual
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Colour: White


  • Engine layout: Front Engined
  • Aspiration: Turbo
  • Engine size (Litres): 2.7
  • Engine configuration: Rotary
  • Engine power (BHP): 450
  • Top speed (MPH): 200
  • Acceleration: 0 to 62 in 3.4 seconds
  • Driven wheels: Rear Wheel Drive
  • Previous owners: 1

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