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i had a 73 rx3 and a 74 rx3 wagon both hauled a$$ the rx coup was race ready..it raced at westwood race track before it was demo'd for a housing sub division what a shame
 

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A Miata. '92 Black&Tan that has been turbocharged twice over and now looking at adding a few more cylinders. It's been in the family for over a decade, was mine once about 7 yrs ago, and has been my project for the last 3yrs.

It sold me on the brand. The "2" was my first new car, heck...my first car over $2000 (I've had two dozen used cars). It has not disappointed me in the least. Sold on Mazdas for life.


Lookin' good in the snow one Monday on the way to campus after a weekend motor swap brought out a weak cam angle sensor that ran fine for shakedown and then failed after 75mi of my usual commute.


BEGi turbo setup still attached to victimized motor #1
 

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The 2 is #6 for me, but not because of blind loyalty. I research every vehicle remotely close to what I need,. Mazdas just happened to be the best choice more often that not.

Ever Mazda I've owned from my 83 B2000 to the 2011 2 have been far more practical and fun to drive than any competitor.
 

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I had a 93 MX-3 and a 90 AWD protege with a 1.8L DOHC swap with the JDM GTX transmission. That car was fun to drive but was rotting out bad on me. I've had a few "Fazdas" (Ford badged, Mazda powered) 5 Ford Aspires and 2 Ford Festivas, one of which I still have and is being AWD swapped using Protege parts up front and Miata stuff for the rear end.
 
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