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1987 RX-7 auctioned for charity


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I have given up racing and no longer need my car.


Our PCA region is conducting a charity event at Watkins Glen for the Make a Wish foundation. The event includes a silent auction and I've decided to donate my race car to the event.


You do not have to be present to bid on the car. A NO RESERVE auction has been established on eBay:




Every penny of the proceeds goes to Make a Wish. Give a terminally ill child the dream of his/her life and get a safe & reliable track car in exchange.


-1987 sport chassis with ’89 front fascia, never wrecked or hit, in great condition

-Aluminum hood, sunroof mechanism removed

-Strong Rotary Performance ’88 engine with blueprinted ’89 intake, turbo side seals

-centerforce clutch

-Racing Beat race header & exhaust

-K&N cone filter with custom cold air box

-Stainless steel braided oil lines

-Magnacore wires

-Custom welded full cage by Mitch Piper, workmanship is excellent

-Ground Control camber plates with adjustable Koni coil over dampers

-350 lbs front, 250 lbs rear 2.5" Eibach race springs

-Racing Beat adjustable rear camber link

-Racing Beat front sway bar

-Under-drive alternator & water pump pulleys

-Mazda Competition radiator with custom duct work, car never gets hot, not even @ Jefferson Circuit in 97 degree heat!

-RX-7 big brakes with Mazda competition front brake cooling adapters & custom ductwork

-Adjustable brake bias controller

-Stainless steel braided brake lines

-Corbeau Forza seats

-Wink mirror

-3 sets of wheels with good rubber including rains

-Extensive spare parts collection removed from parts car including an '86 engine ready to be assembled




'95 Porsche 993

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