Detailed recreation of original Mazda dealer decal
Printed on high-quality Oracal OEM stock
The first Capella was introduced in May 1970 and lasted until 1978. Output is 92 or 100 PS (68 or 74 kW), respectively; and 144 N⋅m (106 lb⋅ft) of torque for the larger displacement version. The first models all had rectangular headlights, while the rotary-engined models received round twin headlamps beginning in October 1971. From 1972 all models received the double headlamps. The taillight design was changed repeatedly over the production run. This generation was sold in export markets as the Mazda 616 in sedan and, for some markets, coupé configurations. There was also a Mazda 618 briefly sold in the United States.
An optional Rotary-powered variant was offered and known as the Capella Rotary in Japan or the Mazda RX-2 for export. In addition to the 1.6, a Capella 1500 was added in October 1970.
This decal is an exact replica of an Australian dealer decal that appeared on the Mazda 121. It features laser-cut and overlay brown and orange decals in a three-wave design that sits at the base of the vehicle between both wheels.
This decal can be customised to a colour and can also be customised to fit any Mazda model. Just get in touch and we’ll make it happen.