Do we really need to tell you this 2004 Mazda Miata MX-5 has been
given big investments in a full custom presentation? It's hard not
to recognize the level of work it takes to give a car a custom look
from every angle. But beneath the racer hero style is still the
heart of what makes a Miata fundamentally attractive. The peppy
engine, nimble steering, loaded interior, and overall fun are just
enhanced on this example.
This started out life as a silver car, and you can still see a few
hints on here. But what has all your attention are all the custom
wrap elements. Some are traditional, like the racing stripe running
over the center of the car. But this one is far from old school.
After all, you would have had to explain to Carroll Shelby what
anime to try and explain the graphics along the sides. More than
just look like a speedy Japanese custom, there was also a solid
investment in upgraded hardware. It includes the Garage Vary aero
lip spoiler, Zero Motive carbon fiber side skirts, halo projector
headlights, underglow lights, Miata SE 16-inch alloys, and an APR
Performance carbon fiber adjustable rear wing. It's an impressive
package, and it's all a more recent addition. That's because we're
told this is a two-owner vehicle, and the first owner kept this
quite stock and as a pleasure driver. The second owner was a bit
more ambitious, but that all happened within the last 10k miles on
this low-mileage car.
The interior continues the full custom style that you first notice
on the unique seats. They reupholstered Mazda's excellent buckets
with a detailed style where the stitching matches the racing stripe
in the middle. You also have matching door panels, upgraded gauges,
and a Hard Dog roll bar. More than just speedy style, you'll
appreciate the fundamentals of this Maita, including the newer top.
And it's also loaded with the best features, like power windows,
power locks, power mirrors, dual airbags, and cold-blowing air
conditioning. And the stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/XM
touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth and Carplay/Android
One of the reasons an MX-5 is so fun to enjoy is that Mazda gave it
a terrific power plant. The 16-valve, 1.8-liter DOHC fuel-injected
motor was precision engineered to be rev-happy and sound great
doing it. This one enhances that feeling by inhaling deeper with
DDMWorks cold air Intake. And it exhales with added power and
authority as Racing Beat headers feed a Cobalt dual exhaust. The
five-speed manual transmission has been upgraded with an IL
Motorsports short shifter, and the four-wheel disc brakes now have
a Hawk drilled & slotted rotor set. Add in the sport-tuned
fully-independent suspension, power steering, cruise control, and
set of long-life Toyo tires, and this custom is actually ready for
trips near or far.
This enhanced MX-5 Miata is not only fun, but you can also see a
nice underlying practicality. So it's a memorable drop-top that's
all-around impressive. Call today!!!