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AL Bert

AL Bert wanted to build something rotary-oriented, but he also wanted to take the path less traveled and do something that wasn't done hundreds of times over. After purchasing his 1971 Mazda RX-2, he began modifying the classic JDM icon with the help of a specialty rotary garage, JRX Rotary. Today, the car is a cool resto-mod rotary warrior, which looks and sounds great.

Al Bert 1971 Mazda RX2 TBGLIVE 5

Owner: Al Bert
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States
Vehicle: 1971 Mazda RX-2
Horsepower: 200 whp (estimated)
Club: Cyber Racing

SOCIAL:
Facebook: Adam Lincoln Bert

Photography by Al Bert

ENGINE & PERFORMANCE:
13B bridgeport
48 Weber IDA carb

Al Bert 1971 Mazda RX2 TBGLIVE 2

EXHAUST:
Racing Beat header
JRX Rotary custom dual exhaust

PERFORMANCE ELECTRONICS:
OEM

DRIVELINE:
OEM

Al Bert 1971 Mazda RX2 TBGLIVE 6

WHEELS & TIRES:
BBS RS wheels
Falken tires

CHASSIS & SUSPENSION:
JRX Rotary custom coilovers

BRAKES:
JRX Rotary custom full disc brake system

Al Bert 1971 Mazda RX2 TBGLIVE 1

EXTERIOR:
JRX Rotary custom fender flares

INTERIOR:
Reupholstered Mazda interior

AUDIO & MULTIMEDIA:
N/A

COMPETITION EVENTS, CLASSES & AWARDS:
Autocon LA 2016 - Restomod winner

FAVORITE MODIFICATION:
"Fender flares. No one else did them this way."

FUTURE MOFICIATIONS:
Turbo and microtec

SPONSORS:
JRX Rotary

SHOPS/MECHANICS:
JRX Rotary

Al Bert 1971 Mazda RX2 TBGLIVE 4