Finished in black, with a black soft top that is said to be in mint condition, this 1995 Mazda Miata features a host of track-focused modifications and its original body panels.
A new splitter from Nine Lives Racing is fitted up front with an R Theory Motorsports diffuser mounted out back. A carbon fiber decklid spoiler can be seen in the gallery, and a 71” rear wing with custom aluminum mounts is included for track use. Photos of the Miata in action, with this wing-mounted, can be seen in the gallery.
Other upgrades include the triple-vented hood and single exhaust outlet connected to a 3” system and powder-coated downpipe.
For street use, this Miata rides on a set of Enkei RPF1 15” x 8” black-finished alloys mounted in Hankook Ventus RS4 rubber. They measure 225/45 and show 2018 date codes. Also included are a set of TR Motorsports 15” x 9” wheels wrapped in Nitto NT-1 tires for the track.
The body color hardtop for track use comes with a Moss Miata hoist and harness for storage. Other highlights include the pop-up headlights – unique to NA Miatas – number 13 and Miata decals and a polished fuel-filler door.
A crack on the driver-side rocker panel towards the rear is highlighted in the gallery. Per the owner, this Miata is garage kept and has no rust present.
Back to Basics
The black cabin on this 1995 Miata is in overall very good condition with clean surfaces, including the dashboard and door panels.
As seen in the gallery, a pair of Miata NB buckets are fitted for street use. These 10th Anniversary edition seats are trimmed in black leather with blue Alcantara inserts and look to be in good condition with minor bolster wear. A Sparco seat and racing harness for track use will be included in the sale.
Other upgrades include the rare Blackbird Fabwork roll bar, custom plexiglass side window vents, diamond-plate driver-side footwell cover, and a GRacing short shifter with a white knob.
The three-spoke Momo steering wheel is wrapped in black leather with red stitching and frames a set of factory instrumentation. It includes an 8,000-rpm tachometer and 220 km/h speedometer with an inset odometer reading of 250,790 km (155,834 mi).
Additional gauges include fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. A GReddy Profec boost controller has been added to the instrument panel, and an AEM air/fuel ratio gauge has been fitted to the driver-side A-pillar.
The car features manual-crank windows, air-conditioning, Roadster-branded sill plates, and an aftermarket Pioneer head unit with a CD player.
Heavy Breathing Miata
A heavily modified, non-original 1.8L inline-four cylinder has been installed in this 1995 Miata. Upgrades installed under current include a new head with APR head bolts, Garrett T3 GTX2860R ball bearing turbocharger, and powder-coated downpipe into a 3” exhaust.
The MegaSquirt standalone ECU was tuned by MT Motorsports with a dyno run showing 260 horsepower at the wheels on 13 pounds of boost – though the owner notes there is room for more.
A six-speed manual transmission from a 2003 Miata, with Stage 4 Bully clutch and lightened flywheel, sends power to the rear wheels with a Kaaz 1.5-way limited-slip differential.
Suspension upgrades include HSD custom coilovers fitted with custom 900-lb Eibach springs up front along with Racing Beat sway bars front and rear. A front strut tower brace is fitted in the engine bay, and Wilwood brakes with Hawk pads have also been installed.
The engine currently has 400 km (249 mi) on it and runs without issue, per the owner.
Located in Concord, Ontario, this Canadian-spec 1995 Mazda Miata has been under current ownership for the past eight years. The current owner has added 20,000 of the 250,790 km (155,834 mi) on the car though the new motor has only been run for 400 km (249 mi).
The seller is the second owner of this track-focused special and is selling because he has too many cars and not enough time to enjoy them, as well as a bad back.
As clearly illustrated in the gallery, this 1995 Miata has received a tremendous level of attention that has brought it up to a whole different level of performance. The next caretaker is in for a serious treat.