One Kidney is Enough: 1971 Mazda Cosmo Sport

Robert Frost was right. Take the road less traveled, as the Autoblog reader/E-Type owner who submitted this story to them did, and you just might stumble upon a 1971 Mazda Cosmo Sport for $36,000. No location is given. Unfortunately, the post does nothing but refer to the inaugural rotary sports car a Jaguar E-Type front with a ’65 Oldsmobile rear. Whaaa? We like the BBC too, but not everything with bubble headlamps is a Jag-yoo-are.

Considering what some owners expect from theirs, like this ebayer from Washington state ($57,500), and this owner from an Australian auction (unsold at $82,394), this example seems like a good deal.

You can contact the finder yourself if interested. Image courtesy of Chuck Goolsbee.

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3 Responses to One Kidney is Enough: 1971 Mazda Cosmo Sport

  1. RICARDO BONILLA said:

    I LIKE TO BUY THIS CAR MAZDA COSMO SPORT 10 A
    MY TEL 1.787 383-9478
    RICARDO BONILLA
    USA PUERTO RICO

  2. Insane Rotarys said:

    Ricardo, don’t you have enough race cars in PR 🙂

    What are you going to do with this classic? I hope you don’t take it to Gaby racers shop to have him do a 3/4 chassis. jajajjaja

  3. I LIKE TO BUY TUIS CAR MAZDA COSMO SPORT 10 A MY e mail rbonilla@mrigroupcorp.com / mrigroupcorp@yahoo.com

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