Mazda 1200 Coupe: You don’t need to worry about dying before you seen a picture of a rare, in stock condition Mazda 1200 Coupe. It even has the original hub caps… what great find this is. Oh baby yes!
Mazda 323 FA4 Wagon: We call it a 323, but in other parts of the world (mostly Japan) it’s called the Familia. It’s quite plain looking and the white paint doesn’t help, but it’s been well looked after for car that’s around 25 years old.
Mercedes 200: The basic 200 model does not get a letter behind the numbers, but despite that it’s still a great car made Mercedes from the 1980’s
Mazda Capella: Why do I get this feeling that a rotary engine is going to be fitted into this Capella?
Mazda RX7: Yes mate, you’ve left your lights on. A first generation RX7…not sure which series it is. The the fender mounted rear vision mirrors makes me think this is a second hand Japanese import. But I could be wrong.
Mazda RX-7 Series 3: Undergoing repairs to the front bodywork.
Mazda 1300 Deluxe: These rank and file Mazda’s from the 1970’s are a rare sight now days. Mazda enthuiasts often upgrade the original 4 cylinder engine to a high performance rotary engine.
Mazda Bongo Van 1000: Well, I’ve seen enough. I hereby declare old Mazda Bongo vans as cool vehicles. What are you waiting for… go out and buy one.
1991 Mazda 929 V6 DOHC: Mazda’s flagship luxury car from the early 1990’s.