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Last Post 19 Sep 2017 09:43 PM by  calichase
1993 mazda fd rx7 racecar roller project with tons of parts
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19 Sep 2017 06:40 PM
    I have for sale a fd rx7 rolling chassis.

     

     I bought this to build into a Nasa tt racecar but have decided to go a different route and finish building my current track car and get a daily driver. I searched awhile for a car that met my criteria and this car certainly did. 

    1993 base model rx7 

    No sunroof 

    165,xxx miles on chassis 

    No rust 

    No hood or passenger fender 

    No interior 

    No engine or trans 

    Straight Frame- Car was put on a frame straightener to ensure of no issues 

     

    Comes with the following -

    R1 model spoiler 

    -Str606 wheels (on car) 

    -Kirk racing 10 point weld in roll cage (1020 mild steel) NASA and scca compliant (not yet installed, pictures taken from kirk's website, and illustration shows style of cage) 

    -Ccw classics 18x10 (et57) 18x11.5 (et64) (5x120 bolt pattern, have custom cnc'd 1" 6061 aluminum adapters specifically made to fit snug to both the rx7 hub and ccw inner bore) these fit flush front and rear with the fenders. 

    -Hoosier r7 315/30/18 rear tires (not yet mounted) 

    -Hinson full lsx swap kit (front subframe, t56 to oem differential capable driveshaft, motor mounts, trans torque arm, trans mounts, diff reinforcements, mishimoto radiator, two oil coolers, and a few other parts) 

    -full exhaust (minus headers) I have a Hinson y pipe and 5" muffler. 

     

    This car is an empty canvas, awaiting its builder to finish it. I have blueprinted this entire build and have a list of items specifies to make this car a winning chassis. I would be more then happy to share this information with the buyer. I planned for this car to be around 2350lbs wet with full fluids and driver, with roughly 450whp (ls3 stock cam/heads). This car has incredible potential, just needs a very dedicated builder to help finish it.

    A final note- This vehicle does not have a title and atleast in FL is not title-able (someone told me it could be done as a kit car, but I do not know the process). It has a FL destruction title as the previous owner was in an accident and did not opt for a salvage title. It can only be used as a trailered racecar. Its frame as straight as it was off the factory floor and shows no signs of damage. 

     

    Located in Orlando, FL. 

     

    Looking for $9250. 

     

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    19 Sep 2017 09:41 PM

    Pictures show style of cage. Cage is not actually installed. 

     

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    19 Sep 2017 09:42 PM

    Some the parts associated with the build

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