This 1993 RX7 is the car that changed things forever at Mazda. Named car of the year by both Motor Trend and Car and Driver magazines in 1993. Showing just 27. 82 original miles. this is a very special 2-owner car. Only 151 made. Originally purchased by a retired Air Force pilot. it's been exercised only about 1. 00 miles per year since then. You can imagine the precision an Airforce Pilot can exercise in his machines. I purchased this gem from the Toy Barn store in Indiana after the original owner passed away and his son inherited it. A lot of these 1993 s were modified and raced (I recall that they were nearly invincible in Solo II competition). so finding an exceptionally clean. low-mileage example is quite extraordinary an almost impossible. It's wearing correct Vintage red paint (ONLY 151 made) and it's arguably the most appealing of all RX7 colors. It gives the car a more grown-up look that suits its grand touring image perfectly. As you'd expect. it shows very little wear and tear and thanks to living indoors all its life. it's got a vivid shine. Even the nose and soft rubber chin spoiler are excellent. and details like the fog lamps. Mazda emblem on the nose make the car look clean and purposeful. This is still one great-looking sports car. Handsome black buckets show only minimal signs of age and use and the body-hugging contours are perfect for the athletic suspension. This is definitely a driver's car. with the controls tightly arrayed around the steering wheel and the gauges are bold. clear. and easy-to-read and covering all the major functions. Luxury features include power windows. A/C. and original stereo cassette. Carpets. dash pad remain in excellent condition with obvious signs of care. Go find another one this nice and with so few miles. With interest in Japanese sports cars ticking up. this is arguably the most desirable generation of all RX7s. and you just can't go wrong with a low-mileage original car like this.