PASMAG StanceWI OnPointMotorsports Mazda RX7 Rocket Bunny LS Swap front low

Spotted at Stance WI: After Dark at Miller Park Stadiium in Milwaukee, WI, On Point Motorsports brought out their LSx swapped Mazda RX-7. This RX-7 helped to debut the first RX-7 Rocket Bunny body kit in North America. Watching it on the track as an Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational competitor is one thing, but seeing this work of art, both cosmetica and technical, up close like this is another. #pasmag

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