JDM 94 Mazda AZ-1 M2 1015 Super Rare with 68k miles
This is a true M2 1015(1of25) did a history report to also verify vin and mileage
Car has been repainted, all body panels are removable. Car was originally blue and the Mazda 2 team took it and did the M2 1015 mods and painted it silver. Looks like the engine has been built cause the block is painted blue, valve cover orange and cars has some mods. From i can tell it has suspension, exhaust, arc intake box, blow off valve, boost controller and gauges. Car runs strong, boost is set at 10lbs, blow off valve sounds awesome. Car is really clean minus driver seat cigarette burn and wear. Spare tire cover has some sun fade and wear. Black trim for mirrors has some paint nicks. All flaws pictured. Small line in front right bumper corner.
Someone relocated the wiper squirter to the wiper and reoved it off the hood, thats what the hole in the hood is for factory squirter. Tires are old and will need to be replaced.
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The Autozam AZ-1, known by the framecode PG6SA, is a mid-engineed kei-class sports car, designed and manufactured by Mazda under its Autozam brand. Suzuki provided the engine.
Manufactured from October 1992 to 1994, the AZ-1 was noted for its gullwing doors. Power came from the same Suzuki-sourced 657 cc turbocharged engine used by the Mazda Carol that produced 64 PS (47 kW) at 6500 rpm and 85 N·m (63 lb·ft) at 4000 rpm.
For 1994, There was also the M2 1015 by M2 Incorporated. The most distinguishing part of the car is the front fog light incorporated into the bonnet, and the all-new front bumper and rear spoiler. The car came in three different colors: white, black and silver. Like the Mazdaspeed version, the car was painted entirely in a single color.
Fifty were to be produced and sold by the M2 dealer, but they only managed to sell about half of its stock. The dealer covered their losses by selling the body parts individually. A genuine "M2 1015" can be identified by the rear emblem stating the version name.