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Is the 1st gen "Old School"
Submitted by Dan Mazzella on Tuesday, April 27, 2004 - 1:28pm

Yep: Old School Rotary
72% (144 votes)
No, Never
15% (31 votes)
Not yet, give it 5 years
13% (26 votes)
Total votes: 201

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currently, one of the best
author:
No Rotor
date:
May 29, 2004 - 2:18pm
my 83' NA Rx-7 still grabs attention were ever I go. The car is still a force to be reckoned. I street race my Rx-7 and its still feared by many import enthusiast as well as V-8 blockheads. The 1st gen was a lightweight car with just the right amount of horsepower in it. With proper performance parts and porting techniques, a 1st gen can compete with any car. The 1st gen is more than an "Old School" car, the 1st gen has become legendary and any rotary enthusiast will agree to that.

Papo
83' NA RX-7
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subject:
tom
author:
No Rotor
date:
September 28, 2004 - 4:35pm
I completly agree with you. the first gen rx-7 is definatly a feared car to anyone who fully understands them. if you really want to scare some people you should turbo your car. then you can problly scare anyone out there if you do the right amount of things to it.
peace out.
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IS A FIRST GEN OLD SCHOOL
author:
No Rotor
date:
May 6, 2004 - 4:06am
it is certaintly better than any honda even out today!
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