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I have a 1992 Mazda Miata for sale, in USA - Maryland.
: 209000 miles
Asking price is $$4500
: Nathan Ander
Phone: (443) 621-5466
For Sale: 1992 Mazda Miata Turbo
I bought this car back in April from another forum member. At the time the car was bone stock (except for the wheels) with a rebuilt engine @ 206,000 miles. I dropped an assload of parts into the car with the intention of using it as a track car, but I realized I just don't have the time or money to finish the project at the moment. I live in a townhouse with no driveway/garage so working on the car is a huge pain and storage is non-existent.
Whatever, my loss, your gain.
Here's what I've got wrapped up in there right now:
FM Voodoo Turbo kit GT2560R
DIYPNP by Brain
FM high flow cat
FM 2.5 turbo exhaust
RX7 460cc injectors
4.30 LSD from a '99
FM Stage 1 Clutch & stock 1.8 flywheel
Innovative LC1 WBO2 with gauge
Rota 15" wheels (I forget the name) with 195/50/15 Kumho AST
H&R Sport Springs
KYB AGX dampers
Jackson Racing solid sway bars
Racing Beat adjustable end links
Energy Suspension poly bushings (installed)
Hard Dog Hard Bar
'94-97 brake mod
Hawk HPS pads
Centric OE rotors
S/S brake lines from Moss Motors
S/S clutch line
I also have a set of Boss Frog door bars and frame rails not installed at the moment I might throw in with the car.
The good: The engine runs fine and the car just needs a good tune along with some TLC on the body/interior.
The bad: The engine needs a tune! I am still learning the whole standalone thing and never got the tune sorted out. Aside from that the exterior/interior are a little rough. The passenger fender is not very well matched to the rest of the car (I installed the fender and just spray bombed it). The top is in bad condition (patched on both corners), but functional. The interior is showing it's age and the steering wheel is currently wrapped in fabric tape because it was falling apart. The car is Ford Mineral Grey, painted by the previous-previous owner, and is pretty rough.
For what it is I believe the buyer is getting a great deal, but don't expect a show car or a flat out turn-key.
If I don't get close to what I'm asking I'm going to start parting the car out.