I’m not an early rotary nut like many others. That’s why I don’t feel the love for the Mazda RX-3 from the 1970s. Regardless, I thought I should at least try and like them by spending some time putting together some RX-3 artwork.
This is the Series I S102A version from 1971 to 1973. I actually think the Series II looks a bit better from this front on angle… Now I could bang on about all the versions and names, however, who has the time. Suffice to say Mazda 808, Mazda Savanna, Mazda Mizer are a few. that’s not even considering if it is RX-3 or RX3 or Rx3 or Rx-3. I have gone with the way it is on the Mazda Japan website and looking at some of the promotional material from back in the day.
Oh yes, let’s not forget the engine variations. This was available with the 10A, 12A and 12B rotary engines as well as a few regular piston type engines.
Remember, teach your children there are proper cars, such as rotary Mazdas that can look much better than the cartoon car versions. Never too young to influence their choices for later in life…
Mazda RX-3 Hardcover Journals
These hardcover journals with a wrap around RX3 Mazda image have 128 pages and your choice of blank, ruled line or graph pages. Quality 90gsm paper is used.
This harcover journal is 5.2 x 7.3 inches or 13.2 x 18.6 centimetres.
Mazda RX-3 Spiral Notebooks
Stand out from the crowd at your next meeting or just when doing some creative thinking at the coffee shop. 120 pages with a thick 350gsm cover and 90gsm pages. The RX-3 is printed on the front and a plain back cover.
Choice of ruled line or graph pages and a document pocket on the inside back cover for the extras you might carry around with this car notebook.
This spiral notebook is 6 x 8 inches or 15.25 x 20.3 centimetres.
Mazda RX-3 Postcards
Made in the style of a traditional postcard, they are uncoated on the back for a perfect writing surface. You don’t have to wait until you are travelling to the mountains or the beach to send someone a postcard. Surprise them with a Skyline GTR postcard just to keep in touch in the old way! Or use them as small decorations in your home or office.
These Mazda RX3 postcards measure 4 x 6 inches or 10 x 15 centimetres.
Mazda RX-3 Greeting Cards
Greeting cards can be so cheesy and you definitely don’t want to get one with the age if you aren’t sure. What you can probably be sure about is if they like cars, they probably like the Mazda rotaries. So get them a card with the green RX-3.
Uncoated on the inside so you won’t have any problems writing a personal message. Also comes with an envelope reading for posting or simply handing to them on that special occasion.
- 4 x 6 inches or 10 x 15 centimetres
- 5.75 x 7.5 inches or 12.5 x 19 centimetres
Mazda RX-3 Zipper Pouches
Remember the old days when you had to show your fine taste by way of your pencil case? Now you probably need a similar zip up case to hold all the plugs and cables for your electronic devices. However, there are plenty of other things we need to carry around so don’t just think of those option. What better way than with a Mazda RX-3 zipper pouch.
Made from long lasting 100% polyester canvas with a metal zipper. They are lined for additional durability. You can even machine cold wash them to keep that just new look.
- Small – 6 x 4 inches or 15 x 10 centimetres
- Medium – 9.5 x 6 inches or 24 x 15 centimetres
- Large 12.5 x 8.5 inches or 31.5 x 21.5 centimetres
These are not the only items available with the Mazda RX-3 artwork. If you would like to see other items such as clothing, homewares, cups and mugs, stationery, phone, tablet and laptop cases and skins plus many more, click the button below.
HartCar is one person with an interest in cars. As a permanent traveler it is difficult to maintain stock and ship orders because I am never in one place for too long. Therefore I use a third party print on demand service to create and ship each item. Your order will be securely processed on their website. This also makes it ideal if you would like something customised such as a different colour Mazda RX-3, background or maybe a stripe or two. If this sounds like something you may be interested in, please get in touch.