45K Documented Miles Black/Black Convertible in MINT condition!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Mazda
- Model: MX-5 Miata
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1995
- Mileage: 45,400
- VIN: JM1NA3530S0605694
- Color: Black
- Engine size: 4 Cyl
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Safety options: Driver Airbag
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1995 Mazda MX-5 Miata*** Note: I have an original Mazdaspeed lightweight hardtop and heavy duty hardtop storage rack that is for sale in a different add. ***
Original black Miata with a documented 45,4XX original miles. This is the cleanest and lowest mileage example of an NA 1st Generation Miata that I could find in my area. I am the third owner and have owned this little black beauty for 2 years. This is a base model Miata which is mostly original and unmolested in near perfect condition. The car was garage kept by the second owner and myself for the entire time we both owned the Miata.
Paint is a 9
Interior is a 9
Engine/Powertrain is an 8.5
Body (Including Rust) is a 10 with no body rust
1.8 Liter 4 Cylinder with 5 speed manual transmission
Upgrades include but not limited to the following:
New reupholstered seats in factory black cloth
New convertible top by Robbins
New front door speakers by Rockford Fosgate
New CS3 Touring tires by Cooper Tires
Glass red painted engine valve cover
Built-in rear mounted battery trickle charger
Rear shock tower brace by Cobalt
Front shock tower brace by Good-Win Racing
Front radiator cowl cooling kit by Track Dog Racing
Mazda RX7 Rear Limited Slip Differential
No known issues other than one slight engine oil drip and door trim panel blemish on both trim panel bolsters. I have other bolsters that go with the car. The original cassette radio head unit is installed in the car and is fully functional except for the L/R Balance. The new speakers in the doors are set to center balance and can't be adjusted left or right.
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On Oct-04-17 at 09:50:50 PDT, seller added the following information:
Thanks for looking!
Koni Shocks - It was pointed out by an interested party on this Miata who found the original ad that I found when I purchased the car in 2015 that the car also had Koni shocks installed. Thanks for that tip. It may explain why the car drives so well!
Lack of Rust - Since there has been a few questions as to whether or not that this Miata truly is rust free, I included photos of the exhaust system and driver's side wiper arm which are the ONLY parts of this vehicle where I found any evidence of rust. Both cases were minor surface rust. Photos of the underbody of the vehicle which show no evidence of rust are attached to this ad. It's clean and rust free!
Door Trim Panel Blemish - I included a picture of the blemish in the door trim panel and I also have a bolster that will be included in the trunk of the car which does not have this blemish. I just never had a chance to put it on. Also - The caps in the door trim panels which hide the bolts used to attach the door handles are faded from the sun and need to be re-dyed black.
Oil leak - I spent the morning at an ASE certified shop to have a mechanic diagnose the oil leak. The great news is the engine and transmission are fine with no rear main seal leaks which I had suspected may be the problem. When the previous owner removed the valve cover to be repainted shiny gloss red, the valve cover gasket was damaged and re-installed. To fix the oil leak, I would have a new valve cover gasket installed. This is a very easy job for any mechanic to complete. I'm glad that is all it was!
Paint chip on rear bumper cover - I noticed at the shop today a chip in the black paint on the rear bumper cover. Photo is attached.
I also included detailed shots of the underside of the engine, trans, rear end and all four corners of the suspension. The red Koni shocks are visible at all four corners!
Thanks for looking!