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LoL, someone selling their car tried to make it look like a Rx-7!

hood remind me a 2nd gen turbo

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=6783&item=7924553888&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW

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Special Edition 924S 1988 <- SOLD!

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Old 09-26-2004, 08:37 PM
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Isn't that the third time they listed that car?
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a well set-up 1983 Guards Red 944
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i think so, but i found it in the parts car section this time
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minus the interior and the "too-much going on" hood, it doesn't look too bad
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Early 80's Porsche comes out with the 944

Late 80's New Mazda RX-7 mimics the look of the 944

Early 90's seller with Porsche tries to mimic RX-7

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What CJ said. That looks like a fairly well put together car.
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he should just make it look like a 924 carrea gtr same scoope just to the upper passen. side of the hood
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The lines of the 2nd gen 7 are cleaner than a 944. Style-wise, the look is more appealing, but less functional, i.e. the rears cannot accomodate a 9"+ wheel without modification.

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I disagree, 944s look way better than any RX-7
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i love the 944 to death, but to me it doesnt look better than a 3rd gen rx7
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Ths side skirts look horrible IMO. They are just chunky and wrong. I do like the rear though.

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