First of all, I'd like to thank you for having the time to read my thread. For the past four years I have been a penniless electrical engineering student, whom has eagerly pushed a 1997, Geo Metro along the Houstonian highways. While the Metro delivered close to 55 (or more
) MPG on a daily basis, it simply did not fulfill my SPG (Smiles Per Gallon) expectations. Then one day, I finished my engineering degree and I happen to stumbled upon this 92' Miata for $1000. And thus, my lust for Miatas has begun....
The car came with 162K miles on the clock, a hardtop, a hardtop rack, and an extra set of stock rims. Oh, and tons of fleas from the previous owner's dog
My plan is to build a somewhat reliable, autocross/track car that can be daily driven with little to no sacrifice in comfort and safety.
1- 10W30 Castrol High Mileage
2- Cibie Headlights
3- Hella H4 100/80W Halogen Bulb
4- Fumoto F-106 Engine Oil Drain Valve
5- Red Line (50304) MT-90 75W-90 GL-4 Lubricant - 1 Quart
6- Lubrimatic Fluid Quart Pump
7- Motorcraft XT-M5-QS Full Synthetic Manual Transmission Fluid - 2 Quarts
8- Harbor Freight 6" Polisher & Pads
Things to do:
1- General Maintenance.
2- Get AC Working.
3- Replace Throwout Bearing. (Loud noise when in neutral.)
4- Fix Torn Driver Seat.
5- Weld Stuff For It.
6- 3D Print Stuff For It.
7- Relay For Lights.
8- Add Lightness.
9- Fix Water Leak In Trunk.
10- Make it handle better.
11- Fix Rust in Front Fenders.
12- Add power.
Wish me luck!