Thought I might post up my project car, it's fun but a real labour of love sometimes Some basic specs: 1979 Mazda 323 Super Deluxe White with brown interior. Mechanically the car doesn't have much left from the stock 323, the Tailshaft and diff is the only original parts left which has handled pretty good so far with almost 3x the original power been put through it. The diff will be replaced with a Borg Warner From a R31 Skyline, and a LSD centre is in it. I was considering a minispool but the LSD would easily cope. The clutch is a heavy duty unit and is connected to a RX4 4 speed gearbox wich is awesome but the ratios are a bit short to be ran on the highway. Moving to the engine, The stock 1.4 donk has been replaced with a Series 3 12a with the stock Nikki Carby and K&N filter. It is putting out 93rwkw @ 6100rpm on Shootout mode at Berowra Dyno tuning centre. The RPM was so low as the carby was running out off puff and was actualy losing power. Replacing the fuel pump and Putting through some Carby cleaner solution The power now starts to drop off at 7300rpm, so I'm confident of cracking 100rwkw after a tune. Only engine mods are a DBR gilmer drive, Rx4 radiator, Ser II oil cooler (mounted behind number plate) a Alloy coolant catch can and a Rotorsport Engine Crossmember Exhaust is 2 1/4 mandrel bent system with a single muffler and no resonator, it's very loud The interior is in pretty good order, it has Series 5 RX-7 Convertable seats which have speakers in the headrest Brakes and suspension were also upgraded to pass engineering laws, Volvo 4 piston Calipers and VH Commodore disc up front and stock rear drums with 626 heatsinks on the rear. Suspension is left stock up back which isn't too bad but the front has been replaced with Series 2 RX-7 struts and coils with an aftermarket Coilover conversion to make them height adjustable, it has spax springs and Pedders shocks. Wheels are Performance Brand 14 x 6 with peice of shit Madison tyres on the back and Dunlop's on the front. I don't really have any outlandish plans for the car as it is already engineered and it would be a hassle to go through it all again, maybe a small bridge or extend port and a 48mm webber to bring it up to around 110rwkw and do mid 13's but right now Im happy with it at the moment. Here are some pictures, this is pretty much how I got the car, it is a bit neater now though. Pics notice the small holes in the headrest for the speakers! The engine bay with the blingin leads and oil filler cap. Mazda power! Look at that, big brakes and plastic carbon fibre Intimidating huh No, its not a fake front mount, It's a series 2 rx7 oil cooler baby!