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Kick


Hauling
Posts: 149
posted July 30, 2003 10:42 PM

Were?

Were are most of the repu owners from?
I live in Clackamas, Oregon, and I own a 74 rotary pick, a 77 rotary parts pickup and a 1972 Rx2 2dr coupe.
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1972 Rx2 - no enigne or trans
1974 Repu - runs and drives
1976 Rx4 - no engine or trans (klaus42 old 4)
1977 Repu - Parts

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wankel_dreams


Redlining
Posts: 293
posted July 30, 2003 10:58 PM

Omaha Nebraska
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74 wankel panther
77 REPU
79 rx7
89 Vert

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nwaco


Redlining
Posts: 407
posted July 30, 2003 11:05 PM

Lake Stevens, Wa........

And I drive a 77REPU, am working on a 75, have another 77( parts), a 76, and two 74's (one being for parts). I also have a 90 RX-7 GXL, a 86 GXL, a 87 TII, and a 84 GSL (all great drivers). At least thats all the Mazda's I have.

I have to admit though, as much blasphemy as it is, I have been eying a '68 Datsun 411 Bluebird that is for sale locally. Should I??????

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Kick


Hauling
Posts: 149
posted July 31, 2003 12:05 AM

Would you part with some 74 repu parts?
I say if you want it, go for the blue bird. I also own a 1972 Duster 340 4spd car with all # matching. I also just picked up a 86 Rx7 with the 74 rotary pick and 77 rotary parts pick I just picked up.
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1972 Rx2 - no enigne or trans
1974 Repu - runs and drives
1976 Rx4 - no engine or trans (klaus42 old 4)
1977 Repu - Parts

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Klaus43


Rotorhead
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posted July 31, 2003 10:38 AM

Sure, if you've got the time/$$$!

Then when the motor goes, you can stuff a ported 12A in there! (I'm in Eugene, OR., and I currently have three '74 REPU's, two of which run and drive, and an extra bed as well...) Let me know what parts you need; I might have them... I also drive a '83 Ford E-150, and I have a '69 Chevy 27 foot Bus for sale... It's got a 350 V-8 in it, 4-bolt main, from the factory, and it's a 6'5" headroom military-style body...most seats removed...fires right up, runs and drives! Been asking $1750/o.b.o., and I'm listening for a serious offer... It's not a rust-bucket, and it hasn't been mutilated, either... Perfect size to convert; I used it for a movable shop space...

       
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