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    1974 929 sedan

    Well I have bitten the bullet and bought a one owner 1974 929 sedan. She's pretty straight for a 35yo car, and with abit of TLC she'll come up a treat. Still learning whats what with these older cars so I'm letting the pics do the talking. This will be my oldest daughters first car, so this way keeps her interested in mazdas :lol: .


















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    Hey Marek, nice find. It was only a matter of time before your would realise that the world does go up and down. Welome to JNC, and the
    Land Of Luce...........

    :tu: :tu:

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    Nice mate, what's that third pedal for?

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    Thanks Pauly and Timbo but you know deep down it still goes round and round... :lol:
    The third pedal is to rest your foot on I think... :roll: :mrgreen:

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    Nice find! Over here, parents buy their teens the biggest, tallest SUV they can find to "keep them safe" but I'm sure your daughter will have the coolest ride at school!

    Welcome to JNC

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    ,,nice car...that's a keeper...
    here its called the 929..
    i remember about 2 months ago i knocked on a 929 sedan 4 door window @ a traffic light..and asked the driver..was the car for sale..??..the driver asking for US$1800...the car was in a good condition overall..only the paint job was dull..but the owner was a fault...he didnt even know that his car was 1800cc...he was saying that it's 1600cc all the time..n kept saying that it was a capella....what a waist...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben
    Nice find! Over here, parents buy their teens the biggest, tallest SUV they can find to "keep them safe" but I'm sure your daughter will have the coolest ride at school!

    Welcome to JNC
    Cheers Ben, My daughter is only 11 so its a few more years before she can officially drive it but we can fix her up in the mean time together, father daughter time. thats my excuse anyway.

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    Hi rx7s2, very nice car

    i am bonnerz from Indonesia, i just buy mazda 929 from my brother, may i "save as" your pics for my reference.
    (sorry for my english spell+grammar)

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    sure no probs mate.

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    I thought I'd do little update on our little 929. I've stared to pull it apart ready for some rust repairs and a new coat of paint. It's looking a bit sorry for itself but it be beautiful again in no time :wink:








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