1993 Autozam AZ-1 by Mazda for sale in Houston, Texas
Japanese Market VIN: PG6SA-102535 (listed as invalid by , but is legit)
Date of Entry: 11/11/2017 with clear DOT HS-7 and Texas Title and Vehicle Inspection dated through March 2019Vehicle passed Texas Safety Inspection on 02/20/2019
Videos of a cold start and a short drive taken on March 15, 2019.
Car is in excellent condition, having had a recent major service which included new spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor, rotor, rebuilt RHB31 turbocharger (from Majestic Turbo in Waco, TX), new coolant temperature probe and sensor, new Schrader valves on the AC compressor (with subsequent re-charge of R12), and removal of 140kph speed limiter.
I've owned the car for almost a year, and installed a new US single DIN headunit, the Kenwood KDC-BT32, new speakers behind the original door card, and for ease of entry & add some leg room (I'm 6'1 & 235lb), an HKB OU-26 steering wheel hub, NRG SRK-200NB quick-release, and an OMP Superquadro steering wheel. The stock hub & wheel will be included in the sale. The importers, Adam's Garage / SODO Moto added fresh powder coated O. Z. Racing wheels after import (with a $1500 mark-up).
Car drives excellent, and is a lot of fun, being mid-engined, RWD, right hand drive, 5-speed. I have only added about 2000km in the 10 months of owning it, mostly in-around Houston's inner-loop. AC blows super cold, the headlights are excellent, oil was changed with Liqui Moly synthetic when I took ownership last year.
Speaking of paint, it isn't perfect but still in really good condition for a 26 year old care. There is some paint missing on the front splitter. There is also paint damage above the wheels along the sill line behind the rear side windows (presumably from hip mounted door ding protector pads from a previous owner in Japan). There is also some minor paint issues along the rear panel and scuffed paint on the inside of both doors (not visable when the doors are shut). The leather boots on the parking brake & shifter are in poor condition, the drivers side right seat bolster is partially collapsed (common as it's a common place to grab when getting in/out), and there is a little paint rubbed off of the speedometer from the limiter removal (literally clipping a resistor behind the gauge cluster).
There is an FRP MazdaSpeed style wing available for an additional $500, that I unfortunately never mounted. I was going to paint it when I got some paint imperfections cleared up.
I'm open to offers so feel free to reach out. I can take additional pictures of different areas if requested and am open to meeting in/around Houston.
Original photos & and listing from the original sellers, Adam's Garage / SODO Moto available here & here. Additional photos from me in this Imgur album here.
$500 deposit due within 48 hours either via Venmo, CashApp, or PayPal. Wire instructions will be provided for remaining funds.
Car is also listed locally such that I retain the right to accept offers on the car outside of 's Buy It Now

Seller notes:
Used
“1993 Autozam AZ-1 by Mazda for sale in Houston, Texas with 76,750 miles (123,600 km) Date of Entry: 11/11/2017 with clear DOT HS-7 & March 2018 Texas Title & New Safety Inspection”
Year: 1993 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 00000000000000000
Mileage: 76750 Transmission: Manual
Make: Mazda Body Type: Coupe
Model: AZ-1 Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Engine: Suzuki F6A 657cc DOHC Turbo I-3 Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Power Options: Air Conditioning
Fuel Type: Gasoline Exterior Color: Blue
For Sale By: Private Seller Interior Color: Blue
Disability Equipped: No Number of Cylinders: 3
Drive Side: Right-hand drive

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