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Just joined this site. 1987 Mazda 626 LX was my first new car out of college. Unfortunately, it was stolen. Before that I purchased the OEM smoked moonroof deflector and just found it again while cleaning out the garage. Time to find it a good home. I'm thinking maybe $30. It's in bubble wrap which I think is original. I can see the Mazda logo on it. Anyone interested?
hello everyone this my first Mazda GC 626 gt turbo it only has 84,000 miles on it .when the car is running it makes a clicking sound it almost sounds like a sewing machine. i was wondering if this car has mechanical or hydro lifters. if they are mechanical what are specs for the valve lash on cold engine
Hey guys! New to the forums, I'm liking what I've read so far so I figured I'd give back to your awesome community by sharing how you've helped me! So one day I got bored of my 1982 Yamaha motorcycle. I bought the bike for $500 and restored it to damn near perfect condition for very little money and it was the most reliable bike I've ever owned. Put it on CL to see what offers I'd get. This guy offers his 1987 626 in an email, he included nearly zero information, no year, no details, nothing. So I started researching, figured out the year on my own, known issues, the usual... These are the photos he sent me... I was thinking... Awesome, this is going to be a great deal for me. We meet up, do the trade, etc.. Turns out that photo was at least 5 years old(I'm just guessing based on the date of his title). So this is what I actually got... I started to tear into it immediately, so I don't have complete documentation on the before pictures. But you get the idea, his photos were somewhat misleading. However I wanted to learn how to restore cars incase I ever do something expensive someday and figured this would be a good starting point. So far it has been, it runs and drives, it's just not too much to handle for a mechanically inclined beginner. I have only driven it home so far, and like I said I immediately started to tear into it. This is just an introduction, I will post my restoration photos soon. I'm not very far along in what I have planned, but at the same time I have made a lot of progress and have a ton of parts in the mail (thanks to you guys for mentioning Rock Auto)!!!