Miss Miagi For Sale: 1993 Mazda MX-5 Miata
This next car might be familiar to you because we’ve written about it in the past. It is DT co-founder CFlo’s “Miss Miagi” track MX-5 that he picked up in 2016 as a replacement to El Cheapacabra after it was crushed in a traffic accident. The perky little Miata has been a great track car and weekend warrior for CFlo and his wife, but now it most move on. Find this 1993 Mazda MX-5 Miata bidding for $4000 with 4 days to go on Carsandbids.com.
THISâ€¦ is a 1993 Mazda MX-5 Miata, finished in Brilliant Black with a black hardtop and a tan interior.
This Miata is equipped with the desirable 5-speed manual transmission.
The attached Carfax history report lists no accidents in this Miata’s past. It also shows that this roadster has been registered in California since it was new.
Modified for track use, this Miata is equipped with 15-inch Ultralight wheels, a Blackbird Fabworx GT3 roll bar, an aluminum Mishimoto radiator, Sparco Sprint V seats, and more listed below. Some of the removed factory parts are pictured in the gallery and included in the sale.
Factory equipment includes the C Package, a viscous limited-slip differential, and a hardtop.
Mazda launched the original MX-5 Miata (called NA internally) for the 1990 model year. Years in the making, it picked up where British and Italian roadsters left off by offering enthusiasts nimble handling and an open-air driving experience at a relatively affordable price. The first Miata quickly attracted a cult following, and demand far exceeded Mazda’s initial expectations. Production ended in 1997, and the NA passed the torch to the NB.
Power for this Miata comes from a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine, rated at 116 horsepower and 100 lb-ft of torque. Output is sent to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission
C Package (power steering, tan interior, power-operated windows, power-adjustable door mirrors, and cruise control)
Viscous limited-slip differential
Power-adjustable door mirrors
Modifications reported by the seller include:
Mishimoto aluminum radiator
StopTech street compound brake pads
ATE Super Blue DOT 4 brake fluid
Supermiata stainless-steel braided clutch line
949 Racing clutch hydraulic overhaul kit
15-inch Racing Monoblock UltraLight wheels with Falken Azenis RT615K 205/50R15 tires
Blackbird Fabworx soft front tow strap
Soft top and frame removed
Hardtop defroster disconnected
Blackbird Fabworx GT3 roll bar
Sparco Sprint V seats (driver’s seat on stock rails, passenger’s seat on Winding Road fixed bracket)
RaceQuip 5-point harnesses
Sparco steering wheel
Amerex Corporation fire extinguisher with Blackbird Fabworx mount
Pioneer CD player
The attached Carfax history report notes a potential odometer rollback in February of 2012. The odometer currently displays about 137,500 miles, but this car’s true mileage is unknown.
The seller notes there is evidence that this car was in a light rear-end accident, and he points out that the trunk lid has been replaced because the VIN tag doesn’t match the one on the other panels.
The seller reports that hesitation can sometimes be felt in the second-gear synchro when shifting at lower engine revolutions, that the starter does not always immediately engage when turning the key in the ignition switch, and that the air conditioning system does not blow cold.
2015 date codes on the tires
Exterior chips, scratches, and dings (shown in the gallery)
Several spots of cracked, peeling, and faded paint
Dry weatherstripping on the doors; loose weatherstripping on the hardtop
Wear on the passenger-side seat
Scratches on gauge binnacle, handbrake lever, and glove box lid
Dashboard is cracked and dash pad has splits near air vents
Some rust on some on suspension and exhaust components
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This one is very similar to the ’97 I’ve been building, but mine has bronze Koenig wheels and a silver top. I have the tan interior too. I’d really like to do something similar in looks to that 914 a few days back, but the tartan colors I want look terrible with the tan. Creating a coherent style has been one of the most difficult tasks in making my car my own. There are so many style options I like, but put them together and I’ll end up with a homer-mobile.