1995 Mazda Miata With Hard Top And Many Mods on 2040-cars
Seaford, New York, United States
What: 1995 Mazda Miata
Where: Seaford, New York (Long Island)
Background: I purchased this car from a car lot in September of 2009. It was a bone stock brilliant black model. Paperwork in the car indicates it was in Tennessee most of its life so it is RUST FREE. I have only driven it around 100 miles or so since I purchased it. Car is always in the garage.
The car has been plastidipped by me. It has a lot of coats and will peel very easily. Underneath the dip the car is prepped for a real paintjob if someone wanted to go that route. It has been sanded down smooth as glass.
The interior in this car is spotless. I swapped out the doorcards and plastics for tan, then wrapped the console and radio surround in Redline leather to match. Threw in a brand new set of plush Miata tan mats as well.
Car has heat, A/C and power steering. No power windows. I have no idea what package it has.
Here is a list of mods:
-XXR 001 wheels, 15x8 front, 15x9 rear with Falken 195's and 205's respectively. They have about 100 miles on them (fronts have a 5mm spacer also)
-custom Mazda center caps
-Project Kics lug nuts
-Autokonexion Widebody kit
-tinted front bumper lights
-OBX stainless header
-OBX stainless cat delete pipe
-Speudo N1 stainless exhaust
-Seibon CF hood
-Chaser Aero CF finish panel
-Breezy's Hard Top- one-off with shaved everything
-Redline console and radio surround leather covers
-Moss Miata wood e-brake handle
-Nardi wood knob
-KG Works replica rear spoiler, mounted with bolts
-Miata R package rear lip
-Summit Racing bucket seats, mounted to stock Miata rails so they slide back and forth
-Polished door sill plates (M edition)
-Hot Rod style window cranks
-Revlimiter polished vent rings
-eBay polished style bar
-CF shorty antennae
-Polished mirror blanks (I have no mirrors except the Hot Rod style peep mirror on driver side)
-Polished radiator cooling panel
I am sure I am forgetting stuff.
The suspension is Monroe Sensatrac shocks with eBay adjustable coils and springs. The car sits at 12" all around.
No speakers, but I am including a very nice ALPINE IVA head unit that already has a Miata plug and play adapter wired into it. It has never been used or installed.
There is no soft top, only a custom hard top with shaved moldings.
The only known issue with this car is that the headlights will not go down. The headlights do go up when turned on and can be manually moved down. There is also no bulb in that little interior light on the dash.
The car is for sale locally so I reserve the right to cancel the auction if sold. Thanks for looking.
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Fri, 18 Oct 2013 18:44:00 EST
The Mazda MX-5 Miata is as popular around the Autoblog offices as Kate Upton posters are around fraternity houses. Few staffers have much criticism for Mazda's ubiquitous roadster, and fewer still aren't overjoyed when one arrives in their driveway. So you can imagine how a report from Auto Express about a more potent MX-5 model is going over in our offices today.
Tue, 13 May 2014 14:15:00 EST
The new model, which was shown in concept form as the Mazda MX-5 GT at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, has a slight catch, though. First, we have absolutely no idea if Mazda will bring the MX-5 GT to the US. Secondly, and perhaps more problematically, this isn't a production car - it's a kit from the team at Jota Sport.
Now, to be fair, the kit doesn't sound like a bad thing. It bumps the UK-spec 2.0-liter, 157-horsepower engine up to 203 hp thanks to a sports exhaust and a revamped ECU (46 horsepower from an ECU and exhaust in a naturally aspirated car?). To make the little Miata even more agile, Jota has also fiddled with the suspension. AE doesn't mention things like the grippy tires or Recaro seats that were found on the concept, though.
The Chinese auto market is one of the most interesting in the world to look at. Its automakers appear to still be figuring things out and remain open to experimentation. For example, at this moment, you can buy new copies of all three generations of the Mazda6 from showrooms there.
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 16:31:00 EST
Mazda joint-venture partner FAW recently introduced the latest generation to China as the Mazda6 Atenza, according to Just Auto. Yet buyers still have the option of getting the previous generation as well, which is sold as the Mazda6 Ruiyi. Obviously, that isn't too remarkable - companies in the US have briefly sold two generations of the same nameplate simultaneously for brief points in the past, and the practice is much more common in developing markets. However, Chinese consumers still have the third choice, too - the first-generation model that dates back to the early 2000s, is still on offer, known simply as Mazda6.
While it would be hard to imagine selling three generations of the same models at once in the US, the idea is an interesting one. We enjoyed our long-term test of the latest generation, and the previous models weren't bad cars either, so provided there's a healthy difference in pricing and marketplace confusion is limited by differing names, we can see it working. If nothing else, it's a fascinating illustration of how broad China's developing auto market really is.
Is the answer always Mazda Miata? We discussed this in passing on the Autoblog Podcast earlier this week, and most assuredly the answer is "no." For example, the little MX-5 would be a terrible people carrier, and it'd be useless off road. You can't really tow anything of substance with it, either. Still, if push came to shove, it's satisfying to know that the diminutive roadster could eke out a career as a chase vehicle for the police.
That fact was proven when Road & Track editor Chris Cantle did something that he himself recognizes as "stupid." Upon returning home, Cantle discovered a "twenty-something" actively burgling his home. The resulting story is easily one of the more entertaining episodes to come out of the 1990 MX-5's service to the team at R&T and, we're guessing, will be one of the highlights of the Million-Mile Miata challenge.
Be sure to head over to Road & Track for a full retelling of the chase from Cantle, as well as a follow-up on the saga.