View Full Version : WTB: running Rx7 FC
02-16-2011, 01:11 PM
WTB: running NA FC 2nd gen, willing to pay $1500 max!
location: NC, Charlotte, 28216
Must have title, this is gonna be my first rotary, and e-mail me the pic if you got something.
can take furthest is TN, I live in Gallatin/Nashville before, knoxville is even better.
I just need a no rust, clean on mechanical problem, no accident FC, mileage is not the problem IF the eng is rebuild before.
contact me via e-mail email@example.com
again, got to see the condition of the car first (send me pic I suppose?)
02-17-2011, 10:35 AM
02-17-2011, 07:57 PM
For that money, you are only going to find MAYBE an S4 base/SE model. It will probably not be gold with burgundy interior, and have 250,000 miles on it.
You need to either come up with more cash, or settle for something that needs work. You might potentially find one that seems decent, but for $1500, it will be a basket case.
This is advise, not a slam on you.
02-17-2011, 10:53 PM
if you can come up with 5k more I will consider selling you mine :P
02-18-2011, 01:01 PM
well I don't mind just get a running blown engine, that is why I ask, if it runs, and clean title but about to get blown engine, I go for it, if already blown but running, I maybe pay like $500 to see what I can do.
tranny need to swap/rebuild, eng most likely need rebuild (apex seal etc etc)
maybe I just swap it, but it must be cheap and clean, that is my way.
I known someone mess with RE, and I can't just jump in with some 6k 10k car, I am not rich kid any more and my $$ need to work on its max.
you can said I running cheap, but I do most work on waiting base, will never jump in if not the deal......
and rebuild is not the problem either, I got family member have tons of FC part after he went to FD....even not in same state but he said if I got a car he can help me.
this gonna be a poor man project car, every cost will be carefully manage and post on web if I could, I try to set it under $3000, $1500 for the car, and $1500 for the part, and I got the labor cover. myself and other dude with tow truck :P.
$3000 for a rebuild car, I think is not that bad :p
thank you for informatio.
02-18-2011, 03:14 PM
Please tell me you're a non-native English speaker. If your primary language is English... ugh...
02-18-2011, 10:12 PM
I'm not native English speaker, arrived in US in year 2006, and learn English since then. Join US armed force as reserve and stay at home chill out while all my buddy down in range eating dust.
If you know cheap car for sell, with ok but not great condition, let me know.
I am not in business for automotive field, but looking for a fun car to work on and enjoy my life as much as I could.
again, thanks for looking my post.
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