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Old 03-17-2010, 11:54 AM   #1
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Default 1992 Mazda Miata with Italia kit - $5500

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I have a 1992 Mazda Miata with Italia kit for sale, in USA - New Jersey.

Engine Size: 1.6l


Asking price is $5500



Posting this for Paul since he's never on this site anymore:



I have a 1992 Miata with the Simpson Design Italia Kit installed. Anyone who knows this kit knows it goes for like $5000 NOT installed and usually around $8000 installed.

Asking $5500

The car has:
Racing Beat cold air intake(no longer made) see in pics
Spax adjustable shocks
Aftermarket sway bars
Racing Beat or Jackson Racing header(I forget)
Cloth top with glass rear window(zippered)
Black leather seats
Some "shotgun" center exit exhaust

It has just over 100,000 miles
New clutch and clutch hydraulics installed a week ago


SOLD












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Do you have contact info? Also, is the car located in NJ or North Carolina? The ad says NJ, but the plates say NC.
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You can Email Paul at: SOLD

The car is in Point Pleasant, NJ. Those pics were taken when the was picked up from North Carolina.
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Good luck with sale. I used to have that Racing Beat intake... I always liked how it became pliable in your hands after a long drive.
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bump for a good car, i've worked on and driven it,
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Dang, I thought it was in North Carolina, just can' see buying a car that far away. If I flew up there, I'd have to buy it to justify the flight...but I really want it.
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i'm sure if you ask a deal could be worked out to meet in MD or something.....
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I love that steering wheel
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That Nardi wheel is about $400 by itself, just beautiful. I could make it to Maryland. I just went to Florida and picked up a 91 from the original owner. I'm actually going to the bank to pay off my 99, I sold it to Rotornut. I'm pretty sure that I wouldn't have a problem getting another loan from the credit union.

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BTW, could somebody tell my wife that the Italia isn't a DIY Corvette kit ?
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I drove down to NC with Paul to pick up this car and drove it for a little on the way back home. It was very, very quick for a naturally aspirated 1.6. Paul and I both though there had to be something done to this internally. I'm not saying there is, just that it is/was fast for naturally aspirated.
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that car needs to be lowered about an inch or get some larger wheels, otherwise it looks really great for a body kit.
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I like it. A smokin deal for a completed car. $3k car, $6k kit. $2-3k bodywork and paint , $3k in interior and top improvements. It would take $15k to duplicate it.
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I have PM'd you sir, I'd like to make arrangements to buy this car.
Please contact me by PM so we can work out the details.
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Love the car! any chances of trades + cash? I have a 91 with less than 45k on it.....
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I have also touched/seen this car! Well by touched I mean literally touched it when looking at it . Guess that doesn't help much....

Free bump :P
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I've sent Paul a couple emails, I'm ready to buy! Please contact me.
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I drove down to NC with Paul to pick up this car and drove it for a little on the way back home. It was very, very quick for a naturally aspirated 1.6. Paul and I both though there had to be something done to this internally. I'm not saying there is, just that it is/was fast for naturally aspirated.

drag coefficient?
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wow, that looks awesome.
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I've sent Paul a couple emails, I'm ready to buy! Please contact me.
I'll let him know to check that email. Maybe he can come on the forum too.
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