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The Bay Area Rx-7 Club, Inc., dissolved as a California non-profit corporation in August 2010. This site will become an archive and historical site for the Club's almost 30 year history.

The Bay Area Rx-7 Club has been in existence for almost 30 years now. Established in 1981, our membership is drawn from the greater San Francisco Peninsula and east bay metropolitan area. We also have members from outside the immediate area. The common denominator is ownership and/or interest in the Rx-7 and RX-8. The club is open to all owners of Rx-7's, RX-8's and rotary engine enthusiasts.

There is no national Rx-7 club, so all activities and meetings are held in or originate in the Bay Area. Tours and overnight events are usually reached as a caravan. This makes the trips more fun when there are a number of Rx-7's traveling together. Club membership is $30/year single, or $35/yr for couples. Membership includes a monthly newsletter and discounts at various businesses. For additional information, email the membership VP or write to the address below.

Bay Area Rx-7 Club, Inc.
San Jose, CA 95129

We also have an email distribution list for Bay Area Rx-7 Club members and friends. To add names to the list, please use the Mailman management page.

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