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I am putting the Miata up for sale. Heres the info...


1990 Mariner Blue 65,000 miles.

Cold A/C, manual steering

Sebring supercharger (freshly rebuilt M45) approx 190 hp

Big Boost Kit

Devils Own Water Injection

Jackson Racing Cat Back

Emanage Blue

Supra 305s

GM 2 Bar map sensor

Koni Sports

Racing Beat rear sway

Adjustable front sway (not sure on brand)

TDR PPF brace

Racing Beat front control arm brace

Billet short shifter

Lots of custom chassis bracing

AEM wideband

Custom boost gauge

Momo competition wheel

Katzkin Leather covers

Newer 3 Window top

R model front lip

Aftermarket rear spoiler

Aluminum Door sill covers

FM strut tower brace

Hard Dog Hard Core Single Diagonal

Trans was rebuilt by BSI racing to spec Jan 2005

BSI endlinks

Dual Feed fuel rail

ACT clutch

Fidanza 8lb flywheel

Stainless brake lines

New Hankook RS2s

Custom NACA duct

Torsen LSD

Lots of little stuff like:

"Miata" floor mats

Trunk Lighting

Lit rear view mirror

shift knob

fresh plugs, pcv, etc...


I bought this car about this time last year and have put ~5K on it. It does burn oil when driven hard, but no lifter tick. This car is a load of fun to drive and is ready for autocross, track, or DD duty. I am the 4th owner, the original owner was Norman Garrett the Mazda concept engineer on the Miata project in the '80s. He founded the Miata Club of America and this car was the club's test mule. It is featured in many Miata related publications and has it's own chapter in Norman Garretts book "Mazda Miata Performance Handbook" Link to amazon - http://www.amazon.com/Mazda-Performa.../dp/0760304378

I am putting it up for sale for $7300, but will entertain reasonable offers. The car would come with all of the documentation that I have on it and on a side note the inside of the trunk lid is signed by Norman. Email me at [email protected] for more info. Some poor pics can be seen here - http://www.miataturbo.net/forums/showthread.php?t=8948

Thanks for looking,




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