Let Bob check the car out. He definently know's the RX-7 inside and out. Like Bob said you should have a back-up car to drive, in case the 7 is down for repairs. I really enjoyed the few hundred miles that I put on my 7 before I sold it. But I was also very foutunate that the engine didn't pop in the short time that I had it. The Anchorage Mazda dealer put some soleniods that control the sequential turbo system on incorrectly and I had boost spikes that could have easily killed the engine. If you do get the car this just proves that up here in Ak. you'll have to work on it yourself, cause there aren't any shops up here that understand the rotary.