my323 aug. 1998
Exterior:   Power spray headlights...   Honeycomb grille...   Bumperspoilers...   Double rear spoilers...   Tinted glass...   The original GT aluminum alloy wheels...   with 2 locks per wheel...   185/60 HR 14 tires...   with nitrogen PowerAir...   Mirrors, bumpers, spoilers in color...   Power remote mirrors...   Lighted doorlock...  
motor An original 1986 Dutch 323 GTX:
  • Motor: 1.6i, 105 hp
  • Front wheel drive
  • Max. speed: 185 kph
  • Acceleration: 0-100 kph in 9.5 sec
  • Drag coeffecients Cd=0.35
  • 4-wheel disc brakes
  • electr. shock absorbers (sport, normal, cruise)
  • alarm/remote/power doorlocks
stuur The 1986 brochure: "The continuous soft-orange lighted instrument panel consists of LCD's for the 8000-rpm tachometer and 220-kph speedometer." Furthermore:
  • Econometer
  • Heated front seats
  • Power mirrors
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel/shift knob
  • Air conditioning
  • Front and rear head restraints
  • Delayed, dipped step in doorlights

In the spring of 1998 total restoration of the body took place. The body was stripped, parking damages and rust spots were removed. First a red ground color, then a haze of red paint and 2 complete layers of red paint. At last a layer of transparent finish: that will last for the next 10 years! This job was professionally done by:
Mazda Auto Home
Leiderdorp, the Netherlands.

My GTX was worth a restauration. Body and motor were tested (and OK)
before they started the job. Every year the bottom and hollow parts
get a new Dynitrol coating. This job is done by Van Egmond,
anti-rustcenter at Alphen aan den Rijn, the Netherlands.
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