How much does a rocket bunny kit cost for a RX-7?
Rocket Bunny V2 Aero – Mazda RX7 (FD3S)
|17040206||Complete Widebody Aero Kit with Wing||$3,800.00|
|17040211||Front Bumper (only) with integrated front fender extensions||$ 900.00|
|17040212||Front Lip (only)||$ 285.00|
|17040213||Side Skirts (only)||$ 560.00|
How much is a RX-7 worth?
Expect to pay around $25,000 to $40,000 for a good one, but ones in immaculate condition will go for even more (for example this one). If you are interested in purchasing a Mazda RX-7 FD, make sure you check out our “Buying a Mazda RX7 FD – Ultimate Guide” article.
Is the RX-7 rare?
RX-7 rarity Depending on whose numbers you trust, Mazda sold roughly 13,879 examples of the FD RX-7 as 1993, 1994, and 1995 models. Of these, the rarest of all are base models equipped with an automatic transmission—just over 500 were built—as well as the 452 R2 performance package models (more on those later).
What is a Rocket Bunny?
Rocket Bunny is a style of aero kits for sports cars designed by Japan’s Kei Miura. They’re fabricated with a high degree of precision and built using digital laser scans of the cars that the kits adorn. They’re built to accentuate features on the cars they match, the features including the fenders, lips, and spoilers.
How much is a VeilSide rx7 body kit?
VeilSide produces a bodykit called “Fortune” which replaces all body panels except the roof. It is currently available for the Mazda RX-7 FD3S, Toyota Supra Mark IV, Acura NSX, Toyota MR-S, and the Nissan Skyline V35/V36. The Fortune kit ranges from $4,500 USD for the MRS to $15,000 for the RX-7.
Why is Mazda RX-7 so expensive?
Over time RX7s have been destroyed in accidents, died from neglect, or become uneconomical to repair and been sent to the scrap heap. Basic laws of supply and demand therefore dictate that the RX7 will become increasingly more expensive over time (provided the bottom does not fall out of the classic car market).
Why did Mazda stop RX-7?
Mazda stopped building the RX-8, its last rotary-powered sports-car, in 2012 after it was phased out by emissions regulations.
Is Rocket Bunny a good brand?
Actually, the Rocket Bunny collection has gained global acclaim for trend-setting style that satisfies automotive enthusiast demand for authenticity. And it’s the top quality Japanese-made versions of these dynamic aero kits that have secured the loyalty and admiration of racers, car show winners, and their installers.