The 1971 Mazda RX-2 Is a Killer Bee

Petrolicious takes a look at Jason Humble’s “Capella Rotary.”

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It goes without saying that few 45-year-old automobiles are in particularly good shape. But given a little TLC, a number of vintage racers are up and running thanks to gearheads like Jason Humble. A perfect example is Humble’s 1971 Mazda RX-2. Raced in Japan back in the day as the “Capella Rotary,” the vehicle was found in disrepair before Humble gave it a complete overhaul — with a monstrous ’70s howl to boot. “It’s a real genuine take on what what the car should have been in the day,” says the Australian.

Get up close and personal with the killer bee, thanks to Petrolicious, above.

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