Evaluation: Clear coat is starting to deteriorate around the edges of the bumper at the headlights and there are small chips on the driver door edge. Paint issues are common on these cars. The engine compartment is extremely clean, but one of the headlight retention bolts has seen water leaking on it and has a rust stain around the area. The interior is moderately worn with some creasing on the seats. A 25,000-mile, stock third gen (FD) RX-7 showing some age. With the original owner until last year. Touring model with sunroof, rear window wiper, leather, and Bose audio.
Bottom Line: Aside from its gorgeous rounded bodywork that is arguably one of the most attractive shapes of the ’90s, the third gen RX-7 moved the model upmarket with higher performance from its 13B-REW rotary and more convenience features. Fewer than 15,000 were sold here since it was expensive (especially for a Mazda) and complicated, and many of them have since lived the life of a track day toy or drift car. This one is impressive for its low miles and lack of abuse or mods, and it sold appropriately.