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    26,995 OTR, 68k, and sold by pretty much one of the best resellers in the country

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    That's gorgeous

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    Cheap as you like in today's prices too. I guess there's the "does it need a rebuild" question at that mileage but if it's just had a clean bill of health...

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    Quote Originally Posted by piman2k View Post
    Cheap as you like in today's prices too. I guess there's the "does it need a rebuild" question at that mileage but if it's just had a clean bill of health...
    When buying an RX7 I think it would be sound practice to assume it needs a rebuild even if it's just had one

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    That is a pretty rex
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    265bhp though, I'm after 280. The top 3 specs have 280. Gotta be done lol. I might even sell my S13 to get a bigger budget if we ever get out of lockdown. If I do it will be going on the forum only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dastardly View Post
    265bhp though, I'm after 280. The top 3 specs have 280. Gotta be done lol. I might even sell my S13 to get a bigger budget if we ever get out of lockdown. If I do it will be going on the forum only.
    You'd refuse it over just 15hp, easily gainable from an exhaust or similar!?

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    Yes I like my cars standard.

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    8 grand more for 15hp from a standard car thats 30 years old and may very well have lost it. You’re mad.

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    I understand the logic a bit if you are after a mega investment to sell on at a later date. The sort of collectors who will be paying 100k for a Jap car in the next decade or so would likely be as anal about the 280bhp spec. Good luck hunting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewaysfun View Post
    I understand the logic a bit if you are after a mega investment to sell on at a later date. The sort of collectors who will be paying 100k for a Jap car in the next decade or so would likely be as anal about the 280bhp spec. Good luck hunting
    100%, give it 10 years and that 15hp will be 20K.
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    Which is fair and true, but I didn't think it was an investment car from what we talked about on pages 1 and 2. If it's an investment, the more desireable models makes sense.

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