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 Post subject: Re: My -80 Mazda 929 Hardtop
PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 12:07 pm 
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Youre doing all the perfect things the car needs!! Very nice!!

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 Post subject: Re: My -80 Mazda 929 Hardtop
PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 12:40 am 

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Well done for that job!!! What a gorgeous car your 929 is.

I used to be the happy owner of a 78 one with the 1.8 piston engine, but now its been garaged for the past 4 years. It needs a body restoration and engine rebuild project. How hard is it to obtain parts for her? The one thing that has always stopped me from going on with the project is the fear that some day I might crash it or someone might crash into me and i'll have to tell her good bye since I would be able to find any parts. I had spoken to local dealer and he said he is unable to order any parts for her. I even had to order a set of brake pistons all the way from Australia (i am from Malta).

Thanks, Mark


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 Post subject: Re: My -80 Mazda 929 Hardtop
PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 1:11 am 

Joined: Wed Oct 10, 2007 1:21 pm
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Location: Finland
mad929 wrote:
Well done for that job!!! What a gorgeous car your 929 is.

I used to be the happy owner of a 78 one with the 1.8 piston engine, but now its been garaged for the past 4 years. It needs a body restoration and engine rebuild project. How hard is it to obtain parts for her? The one thing that has always stopped me from going on with the project is the fear that some day I might crash it or someone might crash into me and i'll have to tell her good bye since I would be able to find any parts. I had spoken to local dealer and he said he is unable to order any parts for her. I even had to order a set of brake pistons all the way from Australia (i am from Malta).

Thanks, Mark


Finding parts is getting harder by the day. 1.8 is hard to rebuild because there´s no parts left. MA is much more easier. New body parts are all but gone..


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 Post subject: Flat Nose Front
PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:07 am 

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Location: Beirut
Hello "Rockatansky" im a mazda rx4 929 1977 owner im starting my car restoration project but i cant find the "flat nose cone" and left+right rear wing in my country your help is highly appreciated

thanks in advance and good luck with your restoration


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 Post subject: Re: Parts for 929L 1978
PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2012 3:49 am 

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Location: Beirut
Sergey M wrote:
I have parts for Mazda 929L 1978
Does anybody need there?


"Sergey M'' i need parts for mazda 929L what kind of parts do u have


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 Post subject: Re: My -80 Mazda 929 Hardtop
PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:25 pm 

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Location: Finland
Winter is almost over, time to take Mazda out of garage..

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Saved partscar from the clutches of the city. Car was taken to the local junkyard, luckily i got it back.

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Finally safe:

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For the partscar, i had an inspiration of a "rat-look 929".. :idea:


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