Quote, originally posted by features@motivemag » That so many people fondly reminisce about the RX-7 is a testament to selective memory: Everyone remembers its chest-knotting performance but forgets that Mazda couldn't give them away. Sales in 1993 were a meager 9477 units, and they nose-dived to 500 by 1995.
I remember that, but I remember wanting one anyway. I decided not to get one as my first car because I knew I wouldn't be able to take advantage of the handling. Hopefully I'll be able to buy a mint RX-7 T1 (??) someday.....if not, I'll go even further and get an Atom.
Wasn't this the car with hollow fiber carpeting? It was either the RX-7 or the last-gen Supra.