Mazda first introduced it's lightweight, rotary-powered sports car to the United States in 1978. Featuring a 1146 cc, twin-rotor wankel engine and a front-midship, rear-wheel drive layout, the RX-7 was extremely well-received and sold 377,878 in the U.S. alone. Production for the first generation models ended in 1985, after three distinct Series were released. SA and FB refer to two distinct chassis codes used during the 1st generation run.
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