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'89 Mazda Savanna RX-7 FC3S
Debut Series Nightburnerz
Produced 2020 - Present
Designer Ryu Asada
Number GHB56
GHB56-01.jpg



Description

This casting depicts the second generation of the Mazda RX-7, the FC, also known as a series 5. Introduced in 1985 to replace the FB/SA, the car featured a 1.3L Wankel rotary engine in a number of different iterations, all of which were naturally aspirated. Designed by Akio Uchiyama, the RX-7 took design cues on sports cars of the time, straying from the sports car heritage of the Sa/ FB, and aligning itself more closely to the grand tourer segment, particularly that of the Porsche 924 and 944, as the car was being designed for the American market. The FC was discontinued in 1992 after having gone through two series iterations, and was replaced by the third generation series 6 FD.

Versions

The '89 Mazda Savanna RX-7 FC3S has been released in the following versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Chassis Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
223/250 2020 Nightburnerz
3/10
Red Detailed headlamps and taillamps Black
/
Plastic
Tinted (Smoke) Black LW GHB56 Malaysia New Model
Base code(s): N22, N23, N24, N25
GHB56-01.jpg
176/250 2021 HW J-Imports
5/10
White Detailed headlamps and taillamps Black
/
Plastic
Tinted (Smoke) Black White PR5 GTB04 Malaysia Base code(s): P05, P09 Whitefc3s.jpg
176/250 2021 HW J-Imports
5/10
Metalflake Navy Blue Detailed headlamps and taillamps Grey
/
Plastic
Smoke tint Black Chrome rim MC5 GTC10 Malaysia Base code(s): Image Not Available.jpg

2020 card

From the back of the 2020 card:

Born: 1989, Hiroshima, Japan
Designer: Mazda
With a wider and shorter body than its predecessor, this 2nd generation RX-7 became a true sports car with real performance. Powered by a turbo-charged 205hp 13B rotary engine, this car could reach to a top speed of almost 150mph. It's still considered iconic in many modern motor sports events.

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