Calling this just a 1990 Mazda MX5 Miata is like pretending a Rolex is just another watch. With V8 power and Ferrari-inspired body, you are looking at one of the best deals in speedy roadsters going.
For starters, this is unlike any Mazda you know. That's because the Miata's roadster body has been re-skinned by Simpson Design to look like a smaller version of the Ferrari 275 GTB NART Spider. Then again, when you see the powerplant, you might think this is closer to a Shelby car... but more on that later. Regardless, the long hood, short Kamm back, and roadster proportions are classically attractive. And we especially enjoy how the slick burnt orange color is a nice complement to the black racing stripes, black folding roof, and even the dark XXR wheels.
The interior is the exact mix of components you want. So main components like the dashboard retain this simple strength, but now it's filled with eye-catching performance upgrades. Now you sit down in the leather bucket seat, grab the Nardi steering wheel with your left and, and the Shelby shifter falls perfectly into your right one. Plus, the large gauges in front you and the auxiliary readouts do a hypnotic dance every time you hit the road. More than just a great performance components, you have everything you could want in comfort, too, with power seats, power locks, cup holders. and a retro-style AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input.
One look under the hood will convince you this is more Shelby than Ferrari. That polished top intake boldly announced 5.0-liter Ford Mustang Cobra power. It radiates intimidation from within the compact engine bay with its orange valve covers as well as the upgraded pulleys and bracket system. And of course, this superiority is more than just an illusion considering the V8 is over two and a half time larger than the Miata's standard engine. That extra power also means reinforcing the Miata's drivetrain, suspension, and body. That way you are free to enjoy the ultra sharp handling of the shorty wheelbase and fully independent suspension. Add in the control of a five-speed manual transmission, power steering, and an upgraded Wilwood big brake kit, and you have the recipe for one of the best all-around sports cars today.
Complete with build receipts, owner's manual, build photos, and the 238 hp dyno sheet, this is a small package with mighty power. So if you've always wanted a Ferrari, but can only pay a Miata price, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!