The Mazda RX-3 (Japanese: マツダ RX-3), also known as the Mazda Savanna (Japanese: マツダ サバンナ), was a compact sports coupe produced by Mazda Motor Corporation from 1971-1978 in Japan and was the predecessor to the Mazda RX-7; the car was essentially a rotary-engined version of the Mazda Grand Familia, with both cars being largely identical. This Hot Wheels casting portrays a racing-inspired modified RX-3 Coupe with internal roll cage, 3-piece rear wing, Katayama flares and a chevron-shaped front air dam with down-force tunnels on either side.
"Mad Mike" Motorsports
Condition: New in package
Mainline Number: 137/250
HW Drift Number: 5/5
Color: White with Blue strips on sides, hood & roof. 'Mad Mike' logo on roof & doors. Various sponsor logos all around. HW logo on sideskirts
Tampo: Detailed headlights, grille, tail lights, and logos/graphics
Bonus Hot Wheel is a randomly picked Mainline car which may be "carded" or loose (uncarded)
New in Sealed card. Never opened
Packaged and Shipped with Love :)
All new Collectible Vehicles will be shipped in a box, never shipped in a padded envelope
1-3 business days
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Mar 15, 2022