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1995 Turbo Miata HPDE Car - $18,500


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glfrench51

Selling my 1995 Mazda Miata 1.8L Turbo HPDE car.  Purchased in April 2019 and has been used at Sebring and Palm Beach International.  This car has a clear title, is street legal and is registered in Florida.  The car was originally built by a CHIN Track Days instructor on behalf of a client who ended up with medical issues and was unable to utilize it.  I am NOT a mechanic and, therefore, information about the car is what I gleaned from the seller and what I have invested in it over the past year.  Following is information on the original build:
1.)     MOMO 4-point, 3” competition harnesses (driver and passenger)
2.)    Panasport look-a-like wheels with long studs
3.)    Eibach #5515.320 front anti-roll bar
4.)    Anthony Woodford Racing sway bar
5.)    ACT clutch and Fidanza flywheel combo
6.)    EnthuzaCar exhaust system
7.)    J&E forged turbo pistons
8.)    Carrillo A-beam rods
9.)    Anthony Woodford Racing aluminum radiator
10.)    Maxspeed Motorsports oil cooler and thermostat
11.)    Boss Frog Double Max roll bar
12.)    Ground control suspension package
13.)    Goodwin Racing front and rear shock tower braces
14.)    MOMO racing seats (driver and passenger)
15.)    Fiberglass hood, front and rear fender body kit
16.)    Racing Beat front bumper
17.)    Wilwood brake kit (Good Win Racing)
Since I bought the car, I have had the following work done:
1.)    Clutch pressure plate, master and slave cylinders replaced
2.)    Garrett GT2860RS turbocharger (replaced cracked unit)
3.)    Wilwood front brake kit (due to cracked rotors)
4.)    Good Win Racing rear brake pads installed
5.)    Fuel filter replaced
6.)    Hankook 225/45ZR-15 VENTUS R-S4 SL tires (4) mounted and balanced
7.)    Front brake venting installed
8.)    VRaptor hood louvers installed
9.)    SuperMiata QMAX Coolant Reroute system installed
10.)    Cylinder head and intake manifold replaced (blown radiator hose caused overheating)
11.)    Transmission (5-speed) overhauled
12.)    O2 sensor replaced
13.)    New PCM installed

The paint, top and interior are all in very good condition and there is no damage to the vehicle.  With all of the original work to build the car and what I have done to it over the past year, I believe the car is now ready to rock and roll on a consistent basis. I will also include a Lifeline Zero 360 FIA 2.25kg fire suppression system (new, not installed).
 

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