Purchased an '88 RX7 new from Continental Motors in Anchorage, AK. It was a summer car for several years until we moved to Indiana and eventually Florida. The car was driven every mile from Anchorage to Daytona Beach, including the Alaska Highway. Sold the car in 2016 for $6,500. It had just turned 55K miles. Normal maintenance, brakes, shocks/struts were the only repairs. Only problem we ever had was a hungry mouse in Indiana decided that the wire for the low water level alarm was his treat. Took me two days to find where the little rascal had chewed through it! Car ran like a champ and never failed to start in any weather. My issue with the car was that it did not have AC - hey, who needs it in Alaska? First week we had it I had to drive to Homer, AK. When I came out of the mountains into the Kenai Burn the speedo showed 130. Car was quiet and smooth - never was sure if the speedo was accurate but it made for a good barroom tale! Only reason for parting with the car was the lack of AC and space issues. The wife’s TR6 takes up the third garage stall. The guy who bought it laid out the cash and put it on the trailer - no questions, no test drive. One look and it was his!