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  • [For Sale] 1990 Mazda Miata 109,000miles $1,900

    1990 Miata. 1.6 and 5-speed. Manual windows and locks. Radio comes on, but will not make a sound. A few rust spots. Top needs replacing. Overall runs great and is fun to drive. Tires have good tread but are cheap tires and need to be rebalanced. 109K miles

    I repaired the brakes, I will throw in an oil change (oil and filter). Super fun to drive, but I'm buying a truck.

    Clean and clear title in hand

  • #2
    Are the rust spots located on the rockers or rear wheel arches? Can you elaborate on them ?
    Instead of being part of the problem, why not be a part of a successful solution

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    • #3
      Man where was this 2 weeks ago when I was looking for a rainy day track car?
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      • #4
        What is your location? My buddy is interested!

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        • #5
          How is this not sold yet? I figured it'd only last a few hours.
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          • #6
            This looks like a steal!
            The only thing that oughta be hella flushed is a toilet.
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            • #7
              Yes it does.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by eyeballs View Post
                How is this not sold yet? I figured it'd only last a few hours.
                OP has yet to respond to post here or PM with answers to the simple questions.

                Maybe it sold locally and he has yet to update
                Instead of being part of the problem, why not be a part of a successful solution

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