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Old 01-18-2007, 10:41 PM   #1
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http://www.globalnetspace.com/miata.html
speaks for itself.
I hadn't seen this till a few days ago.
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I saw that a while back on FMs site...thats just ridiculous...I wonder what that car is used for...
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I'd like to go get groceries in it personally, even though all my eggs would be broken no matter what I did.
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you think that it has any street drivability at all?
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it looks driveable
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Ya, I've seen that before. That thing is sick.
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i wonder how much it costs to build
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it is driveable, I've ridden in it before. Traction is an issue (duh) but my god is that thing fast.

As for cost, I remember something about ~$40k in it easily.

You should see his 911! Even more rediculous.
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i posted that about 3 or 4 months ago
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Old 01-19-2007, 10:39 AM   #10
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yayy repost
sorry guys it's just to awesome.
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it looks driveable

he's blown through rears and trannies. I'd say hardly.
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he's blown through rears and trannies. I'd say hardly.
hasn't blown any rears and only one 6spd trans so far, and that was after a LOT of abuse on the dragstrip.

He bought Ric's (racingmazda) old white tubbed out car and is putting that engine and all into that car now and rebuilding the yellow car for a little bit more mild tune.
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