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by John Matras

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Download Mazda Rx-7 (Sports Car Color History) epub
ISBN: 0879389389
ISBN13: 978-0879389383
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Automotive
Author: John Matras
Language: English
Publisher: Motorbooks Intl (November 1, 1994)
Pages: 128 pages
ePUB size: 1623 kb
FB2 size: 1560 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 361
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"Sports Car Color History" Mazda RX-7 is just that. A picture book about Mazda's RX-7 model from its introduction in 1979 through the 1993 model year. The book includes a lot of specifications about the various versions and explains the variations between model years as well as some text about competition in each year. The book includes a lot of great pictures including engine pictures, interior, racing and exterior pictures. It includes enough to know which version is which and explains the thinking and development work behind the scenes. If you are interested in RX-7's you need this book!
The book has a great deal of information about the history and production of the RX7. You can tell that the author has great respect for these wonderful cars. I would recommend the book to anyone who is a fan of the RX7.
This book is great! Matras covers everything from the creation of the rotary engine to the potential future of the rotary as of 1994. The book even goes deep into the Mazda racing efforts. If you are researching the legendary RX-7 or even the rotary engine, this book is a must have. The only disappointment is that there was no mention of the 1991 Le Mans winning 787B. Otherwise, you can't ask for a better documentation on the RX-7!
This book reviews the history of the RX-7 in a broad brush and well written format. It leaves off a little after the release of 1992 model so does not go into depth on the latest series of RX-7.

Else, good book.
...for RX-7 enthusiasts. Provides a great history of and timeline of its progress. High quality. Well written by a John Matras who appears to be passionate about his RX-7s. Buy it!