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Shigeyuki Arita JPN

Author: Shigeyuki Arita JPN
Total 1 posts - Started on 2018-05-13

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Yesterday, after went swimming to public pool, I was back to my home with small driving around my residence area. I have stopped off at convenience store and bought candy. It was a fine day in Spring, just blooming season in Japan!

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Abdalrhman Khalil SDN

Author: Abdalrhman Khalil SDN
Total 3 posts - Started on 2017-04-09

Who knows, how to lift estimated price Designer women wears and accessories expected $30.00 disbursement-) Mojokerto, Indonesia

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Robert Saunders GBR

Author: Robert Saunders GBR
Total 2 posts - Started on 2015-04-12

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did have a 1995 green Mazda mx5 now sold and after a few years reconditioning a 1990 red British registered Mazda mx5 we are back on the road

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Dave Shea USA

Author: Dave Shea USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2016-04-09

Purchased in NH, I'm 4 or 5th owner Very solid but have discovered some issues since owning 1) Critters. Previous home to one or more critters. There was a nest back by the gas filler 2) Couldn't remove/replace air filter, all the nuts/bolts seized. Drilled out, discovered performance problem, that's right, critters had been living on the filter for long time. new filter was = 20+hp boost. Still have to resolve the filter cover issue 3) Water - Sills & trunk, sills eventually dried out after putting in garage, pulled out liner etc. Need to find source and open up sill drains :-D

Mike C USA

Author: Mike C USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2015-10-23

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Start of the Ormond Scenic Loop, Ormond Beach, Florida, 17 Oct 2015

Kent Howell USA

Author: Kent Howell USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2014-11-29

I have owned this cor for over 17 years, there are only about 74,000 miles on it and it has always lived in the garage. We have done a number of regional Miata meets in Pa.,Mass , New England and New York.

Chuck Axt USA

Author: Chuck Axt USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2014-04-13

After sitting in a gated lot at the local body shop since March '14, she finally has a spot inside the shop. At the end of May the shop owner asked me if I wanted to start doing some work on it (how could I say no). So the front fascia and rear bumper were removed and the wet sanding began, after completing this, I removed the side mirrors, rear spoiler, gas tank lid and began the process all over again. (I am by no means a professional) Fast forward to Tuesday July 1, 2014 I began sanding down the stock rims with scotch brite pads and 180 grit sandpaper. Three wheels down one to go and my ...

Jerry Shawl USA

Author: Jerry Shawl USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2014-05-16

I hv a 1977SPITFIRE. I have had 6 SPITFIRES, 1 GT6, and 1 AUSTIN previously. I bought the 77 SPIT (in rough condition) to convert to electric. I hope this will be the seed of conversion business.


Author: Joe T USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2012-10-27

I was just wondering how to tell the production number of my car? I know there was only 1000 Vin number is JM1NB353920226707. Thanks , Joe

Larry Schupp USA

Author: Larry Schupp USA
Total 1 posts - Started on 2012-05-21

Hi to my fellow Miata enthusiasts. The MX-5 Miata represents the best of the iconic British roadsters of the past, especially the '50s and '60s ACs, Allards, Aston-Martins, Austin-Healeys, Jaguars, MGs, Morgans, Sunbeams, Triumphs, etc. while adding a bit of comfort, convenience, and reliability to the sports car experience. I grew up loving the experience of top-down motoring and had the pleasure of owning and driving several of those older models in my youth, including a white '59 Austin-Healey 'bug-eye' Sprite, a '64 MGB, '66 MGB GT, and '67 MG Midget (all BRG), a gold '63 Sunbeam Alpine...

Razz Cat CAN

Author: Razz Cat CAN
Total 1 posts - Started on 2012-01-16

There is (was) an online registry for 2001 Miata British Racing Green Special Editions. You can find it here: Unfortunately, that registry has not been updated in several years. It appears the author simply lost interest after selling his own BRG SE. The registry lists 197 cars of a possible 3000 made, but many of those entries are obsolete as cars have been sold, wrecked, drowned (as in Hurricane Katrina), parted out, etc. I'm trying to update the 2001 SE registry. So far, I've managed to locate another 70+ cars through various Miata sites and ma...

Boris Abramson USA

Author: Boris Abramson USA
Total 2 posts - Started on 2010-10-07

MB MESH X 16" FALKEN ZIEX ZE512 205/40R16 Installed by: "ANYWHERE TIRE CARE" Thanks, Boris

Jeff Field USA

Author: Jeff Field USA
Total 2 posts - Started on 2011-04-17

The link to the previous post (so you can follow up on the links within that post), is here - And now, the poem which Car Talk refuses to air. On Teaching Your Wife to Drive Her New Miata, or, What is This Clutch Thing Anyway? To shift, or not to shift? That is the question- Whether 'tis nobler to brave the Five-gated synchromesh monster With its yet untamed demon clutch And risk the gnashing of teeth in my mad hunt for third, Or to drive the distance in second gear...

Tom van den Heuvel NLD

Author: Tom van den Heuvel NLD
Total 2 posts - Started on 2011-03-12

MX5 050
Installed side skirts, rear spoiler, front Airdam and rear mud guards Chrome rolbar and fuel lid A speaker equipt windblokker and a K&N typhoon air filter

peter cameron-nott USA

Author: peter cameron-nott USA
Total 7 posts - Started on 2010-10-05

i have owned this 'italia' for 12 yrs and it now has a stable mate 'italia II both simpson design originals the yellow italia [ferrari fly yellow] features genuine 72 spoke knock off wire wheels nardi woodrim wheel, lowered suspension [handles like a go cart and a modified italian ANSA exhaust [ it definitely has a throaty marenello 'growl'] miata magazine descibed the car as 'the world's most beautiful miata'! [who am i to argue with that!]

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