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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1969 Mazda Luce M13P

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Unrestored 1969 Mazda Luce M13P for sale on From the seller’s description:

The Mazda Luce (pronounced ru-che ) M13P was the Rotary release of the Luce 1500/1800 models and manufactured from 1969 through until 1971 available in a Coupe only.
A design by the famous Italian car designer Giorgio Giugiaro whilst working for Bertone at the time. A Japanese domestic release the RX87 R130 had low production figures of 976 over the 3-year build period with under 200 remaining today this an extremely rare rotary.

Only available in 2 colour choices white and yellow this unrestored yellow example was recently imported from Japan. This beautifully styled coupe with headlights that tuck neatly into the front bumper and graceful lines stands as one of Mazda’s most aesthetic body releases.
The Super De Luxe cloth trim in brown contrasts beautifully over a black dash of full instrumentation. The simplicity of the cabin design offered a spacious driving experience as one of the largest passenger cars offered in Japan at the time. The door trims have the original plastic over them, and the braking system has recently been re-done

The very special 13A rotary fires into life first go and has the distinctive rotary exhaust brap with excellent performance.
In original condition this is an extremely rare vehicle, with under 200 known left to exist, making it a more exclusive vehicle than the Cosmo coupe of the same era. This is a rare opportunity to buy the most unique Mazda rotary produced.

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West Gosford,
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