In 1964, Mazda laid the groundwork for its future as a sports car manufacturer with the Cosmo Sport coupe. Its space-age styling and light weight was impressive, but it was what hid beneath the hood that would separate Mazda from its Japanese car competition. Powering the svelte two-seater was Mazda's first Wankel rotary engine and the world's first twin-rotor road car. Making 110 horsepower at a sky-high 7,000 RPM, the engine produced these numbers despite having a tiny displacement — 982 cc — that is still impressive today, let alone 53 years ago. A white exterior with black interior and houndstooth seat inserts finish off the period-correct restoration. With fewer than 400 made, this Cosmo Sport Series I is a rare and important piece of automotive history.