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88 323 Restoration

Old 10-25-2014, 02:55 PM
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What's going on guys I have a 1988 Mazda 323 that I'm trying to restore. I'm the third owner of the car and it only has 60k on the clock so I had to buy it (barn find) only problem is its almost impossible to run by any of them near my local junkyards. I'm looking for an anti roll sway bar, B6 distributor( I have an 8v) gt tail lights, isuzu imark front bumper, low truck spoiler ( smaller than a duck tail) coilovers and maybe some familia turn markers. I'm located near philly PA
Old 10-26-2014, 08:23 PM
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Your car has about 0 value now, it will have the same value after you make it driveable. You will not find any of them on junk yards because they have 0 value and nobody restores them!!!!!!!!!
15 years ago My dad had 83 Mazda GL, which was renamed 323 later, it was a nice car. He bought it for 500, drove 2-3 years and then sold for 1200.
You can restore it just for fun, but when you decide to sell it, you'll get nothing for it.
It doesn't have airbag, so it is not a safe car to drive.
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