I have my 1995 Miata for sale. Wasn't planning on getting rid of it, but a mazdaspeed miata found its way into my driveway, and I don't have room for 3 of these.
This is a very clean example of a 1.8L NA miata. Texas car its whole life, not a spec of rust anywhere. Underneath is extremely clean as you'd expect.
86,xxx original miles. Tons of maintenance in the year I've owned it. I drive it 25 miles to work a few times a week and it performs flawlessly.
A few things to note:
Harddog classic rollbar, keeps the great roadster look but adds some safety and rigidity
Jackson racing catback exhaust. Nice tone, very smooth and the proper volume
Cobalt front strut bar
Front and rear R package lips
Clean, cloth softtop with no holes or leaks. Rear zip window in great shape.
New LUK clutch, slave cylinder, pilot bearing, throwout bearing, etc. ~1200 miles on the setup
Changed the 5 speed fluid at that time, redline MT90, shifts great into every gear
Interior is extremely clean, no cracks on the dash, etc. The only "con" is that the PO replaced the carpet and did not reinstall the clips that tuck it under the door sills. This can be fixed for the cost of some staples, but it never bothered me. I have the clips, they'll come with the car.
New radiator in October, changed proactively because they're reasonably priced. New coolant, coolant temp sensor, and 180 thermostat at that time.
All fluids are always kept fresh, ATE200, Mobil1 0W-40, Schaeffer gear oil in the rear end, etc.
NB Hard-S Bilsteins and springs
New Denso fuel pump in November
Paint is in great shape for the age, I keep it very well protected and it shines up well. There is a ding on the hood and two small ones on the trunk lid from a bike rack. The rest of the body is in great shape.
A few old car quirks, the Headlight motors are inop at this time. This just means they are manually controlled. You turn the knobs on the motors to raise or lower the popups. The lights function just fine otherwise. The gas gauge is also not working. I have a feeling it's just some corrosion on the connector, as it does move occasionally. This never bothered me, on a miata you reset the trip and get gas at 200 miles, regardless of your driving style.
This is a great example of a clean miata. Drives straight and tight on the highway at any speed, fires right up and the 1.8 NA is arguably the best configuration. Manual windows, locks, no ABS, etc. Does have power steering and AC, though the AC may need a charge it hasn't been hot enough to throw my gauges on there. I'll update once that changes. It functioned fine all summer though.
Asking $4800. Will post some proper photos once I get some free time. Located 20 minutes south of Austin in Buda TX.