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1983 RX-7 - 24 Hours of Daytona

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1983 RX-7 - 24 Hours of Daytona

1983 Mazda RX-7 - GTO Class Winner - 24 Hours of Daytona - Vintage Racing Photo Print Series - 20" X 30"

The Racing Beat photo archive contains 1000's of fascinating photo images showing various racing endeavors from the early 1970's through the mid-1990's. We've looked through these photos and are making available a limited number of exclusive photo prints. Here is your chance as a rotary enthusiast to collect a genuine piece of rotary history direct from the source.

Each photo print has been digitally scanned from the original color transparency and hand colored-corrected and retouched to optimize clarity and color detail. Each photo is printed on luster-finish photo paper for outstanding color retention and resistance to fading. Printed in an oversized 20" X 30" format, each print is carefully packaged for shipping and arrives ready for framing. (UPS shipping charges will be added separately.)


Photo Details
This photo shows the Racing Beat RX-7 charging around the high banks of the Daytona International Speedway during the 1983 24 Hours of Daytona followed closely by a Dan Gurney Racing Toyota Celica. Although the Racing Beat RX-7 was competing in the GTO (over 2.5 liter engine displacement) class, this powerful RX-7 was able to muscle its way up through the field. Although the faster, more powerful GTP cars could outrun the RX-7, attrition forced many of the GTP cars to retire, sending the RX-7 closer and closer to the front of the field.

After a long, grueling night run, and an early morning run-in with a slower GTU (under 2.5 liter engine displacement car), the Racing Beat RX-7 pushed on to a 1st in class win, and a 3rd place overall finish!

As a bonus, you can have your photo autographed by Racing Beat's founder's, Mr. Jim Mederer and/or Mr. Takayuki Oku. Jim Mederer, Racing Beat's chief engineering and fabricator, has continued to spearhead the development of many championship "rotary" efforts over the years. Joined by his "behind-the scenes" partner Mr. Oku, this dynamic team has continued to develop Mazda-based racing and performance projects for over thirty years.

To order an autographed copy of this photo, please contact us a 714-779-8677.

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