1993 Mazda Autozam AZ-1 – blue

$13,750

Plus Sales Tax

Another neat Mazda AZ-1 – the Autozam kei sportscar we love so much. This one has ~101k miles (163,260 km) and still under it’s Shakken (road worthiness) until Heisei 31 (2019).

Nicely equipped with MazdaSpeed hood and wheels; sticky Bridgestone Potenza RE01 and Fujitsubo exhaust – definitely faster than a standard AZ-1 and suspension / brakes / steering / clutch all feel excellent.

I’ve put a couple hundred miles on this AZ-1 and it’s a really good one. AC blows cold and everything works.

Exterior is presentable – paint is a 7 footer with a couple areas with touch-up / clear coat problems.

Interior is good with nice seats – repaired with new foam. AC blows cold and heater works well. Instrument binnacle modified for mounting an accessory on the dash as well couple cracks on the forward/right side (above the instruments).

As a driver, this is the best of 17 AZ-1 we’ve imported and factoring in the excellent driving qualities / features / mileage / shortcomings, we think it’s well priced appropriately.

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The AZ1 is a really neat car – from the peak of the Japanese exuberance of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. With it’s gullwing doors, high sills, and mid-engine design and styling like a micro-supercar, the AZ1 brings a smile everywhere it goes. Powered by a turbocharged and inter-cooled 600cc twincam 3-cylinder delivering very usable performance – as they sale, ‘it’s more fun to drive a small-car fast than a fast car slow’..

More info

Year: 1993
Make: Mazda
Model: AZ-1
Body Style: Coupe
Mileage: 101000
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Drivetrain: RWD
Engine: 660cc turbo
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Blue
Price: $13,750
Shipment: In Stock
VIN Number: PG6SA-103433

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