2 Mazda Cosmo Sport for sale
Mazda Cosmo Sport
Mazda is a Japanese car manufacturer, based in Hiroshima, Japan. Its first car, the Mazda-Go, was introduced back in 1930. Mazda’s sales grew during the 60s and 70s, and the company soon expanded into the United States. Mazda was the only manufacturer to use the Wankel rotary engine in production cars; it also used a Wankel powerplant in the iconic 787b that won the 1991 Le Mans 24 Hours, confirming its formidable performance and reliability. The Wankel engine has only just been discontinued, the last model to use it being the RX8.
|1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport - Series I||US||P.O.R|
|1969 Mazda Cosmo Sport||JP||JPY 7500000|