1979-1985 Mazda RX-7
Between the 1960s and 1970s, Mazda invested a huge sum of money, energy and time for the Wankel rotary technology. This technology came with models ranging from the impressive and merely luxurious Cosmo coupe to the brilliant RX-series sedans with also a B-series truck getting a rotary treatment. Among these creatures, the RX-7 carried the rotary association the most. And despite its novelty in terms of the powertrain, the first gen RX-7 was more of a reliable and simple car excluding the common rotary problems like burning oil and apex seal failure. These machines were quick, well-built in a new form and handsome and they still maintain that same appeal to date. Collector examples nowadays aren’t friendly to the pocket, but the RX-7 knows well to stay within our price limit.