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About Rotated6_2

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  • Birthday 08/18/1964

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    1979 CB2 S1 626 2.0 5sp 1980 CB2 S1 626 13B 5sp 1978 LA4 S1 929L 2.0L Auto

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    Creswick, Victoria. Australia
  • Interests
    Old school Mazdas, Swimming, bike riding, motor racing

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  1. Mine's the beige RX626. I also used to own the green turbo RX626.
  2. For any Victorians interested in attending, I am trying to get as many 626s together as possible, whether RWD or FWD. It would be good to see you there.
  3. Aside from exterior cosmetics, I think this could also probably help you out, even if it is for the Mazda 626 of the same year. ( i will happily be corrected by the guys who know their FWD 626s. )
  4. Or this one, possibly?
  5. I think these manuals should point you in the right direction. And..............Once you have those, you can keep an eye out for the AY supplemental, to complete the set.
  6. Hey Freeda, The white coupe is a Mazda RX4 LA23S - LA2 is the series of vehicle, the 3 means 13B Rotary engine, and S denotes rear wheel drive. In the piston powered models, they were LA2VS - the V designating an 1800CC motor.
  7. Finally, I am starting to get somewhere with getting RWD 626s together, with much pushing and prodding on various FB pages, friends and acquaintances. I can see some light at the end of the tunnel, and those glorious old girls are beginning to come out and play! I cannot wait to get 10 or more together in one place!!!! The S1 hardtop in these pictures has an LPG fed 302 Windsor fitted to it.
  8. Easier to get a complete tail light assembly. Here are a couple of Aussie FB pages who should be help you out - ie guys in Brisbane. Failing that, i can get you a tail light fairly easily, BUT, I am down in Victoria. You will find guys with 626s in all these pages and most of us are happy to help a brother out!
  9. Repco Bursons Supercheap Ebay - you are after a VRS kit for an MA engine Here's an example:
  10. Today in Geelong.
  11. We all appreciate cars whether J tin or not. Just for some of us older buggers ( you are as old as my daughter), we relate more to older models. Still doesn't hurt to go to some of their events. Central Coast Car Club in conjunction with Rotary Enthusiasts International, had a big meet last weekend.
  12. Josh, From a mate, where are you? If you want to stay anonymous, I'll understand. Send me a PM or message and let me know how you're both doing. Really miss you, big guy!!!! Every time the missus and I go to Woodend or Hanging Rock Markets, we comment and think about you. Anyway, I hope you are OK and well, and still driving your Mazdas. I hope one day we can catch up again. Philip
  13. Welcome bud, from a fellow Aussie and ex Sydney sider! Might want to straighten your number plate out at some stage, you'll pick up at least another 5kmh going over Mooney Mooney bridge!!!! Don't know if you know this FB page, but it's a whole lot of Central Coast J Tin boys. Good guys, some older models but could be good for you to get out and meet. Philip
  14. Vic Rotors cruise in April - two rotaries and a piston motor! The white one is another mates one. It's completely granny spec original with 3 speed auto, but engine transplant is definitely on the cards.
  15. Daisy and my old 13BT hardtop - The Green Machine, together for a cruise.