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  • RX3 👍

      1 year ago
  • Ironically, no one even knew what the Hako was or cared until well after 1989, when the R32 was launched.

    The RX3’s (with RX2’s and 4’s) were massively popular as a cult car through the late 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and still today.

    I’m not taking anything away from the Nissan but the popularity of the old Nissan’s is entirely due to the newer models reaching cult status.

    The early Mazda’s had a huge following well before the FD, which was the later model Nissan equivalent. They definitely stand on their own as classics

      1 year ago
  • I will take the Mazda RX-3. Just plain awesome and something different

      1 year ago
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