04-01-2013, 09:08 PM
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1992 Mazda v8 miata - $10,500
Status: Clean Title
I have a 1992 Mazda v8 miata for sale, in USA - California.
Asking price is $10,500
Phone: (805) 807-1158
The car is 1992. I bought a running conversion 2yrs ago. It had a stock miata rear end. I had planned to make it a daily driver. I have to many project and never did the smog conversion needed for California roads.
The car has power windows, a/c not hocked up, antilock brakes, vinyl top, grant steering wheel, tan interior, tan dash painted black(did not do) I have a black dash if you want it. Shifter needs a boot and surround. The stock tach and water temp is not wired in. new wiring harness included to remedy that.
the body is straight except for a pressure dent on the drivers fender and some paint chips on the front end and hood. hood is a fiberglass cowl induction to clear the gt40 intake. passenger side of the hood at the hinge is weak and has a small spider crack from the
Belt tensioner underneath. Racing beat front and rear bumper covers(twin muffler cut outs).
Drive train is a mustang 5.0 unsure of yr. or milage. GT40 intake, bbk throttle body, power steering(ford), martins headers and engine mounts, incomplete exhaust with 2 cats and O2 bunges, needs be finished thru the rear end housing to mufflers (have mufflers)
cold blooded on start, I have no idea why never got around to looking at it. once warm runs very well
Transmission is a w/c t5 (notchey). Hydraulic clutch, b&m short shifter. New aluminum driveshaft, 8.8 ford center section 3.2 ratio lsd, boss frog rear end mount, new driveshaft shop axles. Needs 4 wheel alignment.
Odyssey battery and holder.
I have the monster miata build manual
New parts not installed/included, larger aluminum radiator, new wiring harness from McCulley racing, A/c lines ford to miata from McCulley racing, hood shocks. New water neck tapped for a thermo switch McCulley racing
What I would do if kept
Ford Explorer front engine accessories with A/C, moves the belt tensioner lower for better hood clearance.
Radiator ducting for improved air flow.
T56 transmission(stronger than a T5)
Then drive the crap out of it.
I'm sure I left some stuff out.
Thanks for the interest, mike