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1979 Mazda RX-7 [SA22C]

1979 Mazda RX-7 [SA22C] in Pump Up the Volume, Movie, 1990 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: JP — Made for: USA

1979 Mazda RX-7 [SA22C]

Position 00:16:54 [*] Background vehicle

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antp BE

2006-05-09 23:13

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On the right

BeanBandit FI

2006-05-09 23:16

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Mazda RX7, 1981 facelift [FB2]

antp BE

2006-05-09 23:26

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Closer view: /vehicle.php?id=32499

ahight US

2006-12-24 04:43

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looks more like a pre-facelift '78-80 because of bumpers and side trim.

Eagle Kammback US

2008-04-13 22:10

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I thought the RX7 was released as a 79?
My dad had one.

an_unusual_eye US

2010-06-09 03:12

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1979+ ~ though the rx-7 hit the market in 1978, it was released as a 1979 model.

Eunos_Cosmo US

2010-07-17 07:10

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Definitely an S1 (79/80) car.

naplesmovieguy US

2013-01-08 20:45

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1980 through 84 bumper is one piece with a black rubber overlay 78-79 (same car, year depends on date MSO is Registered for a Title) Black Rubber/plastic end guards are in place, if removed the bumper is cut square with the outer edge of the headlight door. this is a 78-9 as most people have stated here. (some 78-79 cars where held back due to shipping channel problems, as a result it is possible to have one that is titled as new as an 1982 model. Most stated Title cars as of the date an MSO (Manufacturers Statement of Origin) is Filed not the date the vehicle leaves the factory. so technically everyone here could be correct under one circumstance or another. at any rate this car was built in either 1978 or 1979.

naplesmovieguy US

2013-01-08 21:01

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a small piece of trivia to the *facelift* comment. beginning back in the 30s as a sort of Pre-Consumer_Protection type thing. For a Car, as well as other products to be considered a "New Model" there Must Be at Least Three (3) Distinct differences *changes* made otherwise they can not be called a New model. so Most Manufacturers Plan Changes as a way to call a product "the New Model year" also the changes do not have to be Appearance related, the Ford Crown Victoria and Lincoln Towncar good examples of Exactly the same only Different. thank you for letting me vent some Totally Useless Trivia. Cheers.

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