Farah Drives Teen's Killer RX-7


"You got to troll on people with your car sometimes."

Being a teenager can be hard enough, but when you're a gearhead and also short on cash, a few shortcuts sometimes need to be taken. Because let's face it, most teenagers don't have the money to buy a car, let alone a high-performance sports car. But 19-year-old Corbin Goodwin paid just $350 for a 1984 Mazda RX-7 and continued to save his pennies by delivering pizzas. The car had to be trailered back to his parent's house, but Goodwin went beyond just getting it up and running.

He added a V8 engine to the vintage Mazda rust-bucket, along with plenty of other new mechanical bits. The result is one of the best home tuners that Tuned host Matt Farah has ever driven. And despite his best efforts to build a car that would kill him, Corbin is still alive to drive it, too.

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