Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

Rotary-powered goodness at its finest.

In its native Japan it was called the “Capella Rotary.” You’ll understand why the moment you hear its engine. This 1971 Mazda RX-2 has found a new home in Australia, under the care of its restorer and owner, Jason Humble. The rotary-powered RX-2 was purchased by Humble several years ago and was in a pretty bad state. Fortunately, he grew up at the race track alongside his dad so he knows a thing or two about fixing cars. With help from friends and fellow enthusiasts, Humble got this old RX-2 up and running. Now competing regularly in vintage racing events and with its unique rotary engine sound, this fully restored RX-2 is exactly how we like our classic JDM: loud, somewhat understated styling, and ready to race. Check it out in the video ahead, thanks to the crew over at Petrolicious.

Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

Your Love For Classic JDM Is About To Become Even Deeper Because Of This ’71 Mazda RX-2

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