Wednesday, June 4, 2014

1988 Mazda 323 GTX

In its standard form, the Mazda 323 was basic, reliable, and economical compact. But the GTX, a rally-homologation special, added a turbo and four wheel drive to the already lightweight 323, creating an extremely capable performance machine. Body modifications were kept to a minimum, as only a double level spoiler, unique rims, and a subtle bodykit set the GTX apart from the more pedestrian 323s. Today, of course, GTXs are extremely rare, though their popularity as rally cars helps save many. This GTX appears mostly stock, as the white-painted stock wheels and Hella lights look to be the only modifications.


  1. Looks like someone is running RallyCross with it.

  2. This car is actually a 1988 and has full dms 50mm gravel spec coil overs along with various engine modifications. Looks can be deceiving. The only difference between this car and a stage rally car is the roll cage.

    1. Thanks for the info. Awesome car! One of my favorites.

  3. Do you have parts for sale? Turbocharger?


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