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1992 Black Miata Special Edition - 24,000 Miles Excellent! Totally Stock! on 2040-cars

US $13,000.00
Year:1992 Mileage:24105 Color: and tan leather interior
Location:

Colleyville, Texas, United States

Colleyville, Texas, United States

This is one of those rare and special cars that doesn't come out of hiding very often, especially in this condition.
This car is COMPLETELY STOCK - NO MODS at all except for renewing the tires, and has only 24,000 miles!
This beautiful 1992 Miata was a special edition car known as the "Black Miata". (See the Mazda ad at the end of the photos display.)
This special edition package featured a black exterior and tan leather interior, boot and top.
Power windows, power steering, a leather wrapped steering wheel, special BBS alloy wheels, and AM-FM cassette stereo.
Additional special trim items include a Nardi wood shift knob and brake handle, stainless steel sill plates, cruise control, headrest speakers and an automatic antenna.
This car also comes with the optional hard top, which truly blends well with the sytle of the car for cooler season driving.
This car is in exceptional condition. 
Mechanicals are excellent - steering tight - strong engine.
The paint is original, bright and shiny, virtually as new. I'd call it 99%+.
The leather is clean, supple and without any cracking or evidence of drying out.
There are no marks on the dash panel, door interiors, and the steering wheel leather is like new with no cracking at all.
This car has rarely seen rain, and the underside is nearly as clean as the top.
I am only the second owner of this beautiful car since new, and when I asked the first owner if the windshied wipers worked, he replied "I don't know, I've never driven it in the rain!" (They do.)
The car has now been rained on a couple of times or so, but it spends most of the time in my air-conditioned garage to protect it from the sun and heat.
This highly collectable Miata is truly a rare find and would be a prized piece for any collector.
The car is located in Colleyville, Texas which is only about 15 minutes away from the Dallas-Fort Worth airport.
Please feel free to contact me. If you are near the Dallas-Fort Worth area you should come see this car for yourself!

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Aussie Mazda MX-5 Miata specs leak suggests power loss

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Before delving into the findings from Motoring.com, we're going to take a moment to find a few grains of salt. It's not that we don't trust the Oz publication, it's just that we wouldn't be surprised to learn their car's specifications will vary from that of our eventual North American car.
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