This 1988 Mazda 323 GTX remains all original and rust free with a well-maintained AWD drivetrain and nicely-preserved cosmetics. With only 1,243 sold in the USA as a Group A homologation model, they’re quite rare in any condition and it’s nice to see an unmolested example as offered here. Powered by a turbocharged, transversely mounted version of the same 1.6 that later found its way into early Miatas, its 132 HP is put down through all four wheels and a cabin-controlled, lockable center differential. The seller’s minimal modifications are tasteful, and finding original wheels and factory paint on one of these with no rust is very uncommon.
This 1988 Mazda 323 Service Repair Manual Download topics are covered complete Step-by-step instruction, diagrams, illustration, wiring schematic, and specifications to repair and troubleshoot.
Meet the 1988 Mazda 323 GTX, a turbocharged, all-wheel-drive compact hatchback from . In the 1980s, rally racing was at its height, of both popularity and excitement. The unrestricted (but incredibly dangerous) "Group B" era spawned some of the fastest and most extreme rally cars the world has ever seen, including the famous Audi Sport Quattro.
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