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1993 Mazda Miata (Color Shift) - $8,999 (Harrisonburg)

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VIN: JM1NA3511P0405493
condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 64461
paint color: blue
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: convertible
**CLEAN VA TITLE**

Extremely low mileage NA with unique color-shift paint job done professionally by a body shop owner. The vehicle has been garage kept as long as I have owned it. Radiator has been replaced in the last two years.

The vehicle has been babied by me. Never driven in rain, nearly bone-stock, only modifications being: aftermarket wheels, Flyin' Miata stainless brake lines, 90s-era aftermarket radio, color-matched shift boot.

The stainless brake lines were added when I had a shop do a full PowerStop brand OEM-spec brake replacement last year including rotors, calipers, pads, and the brake lines. The brake pedal is nice and stiff and the Miata stops without issue.

There is a small nickel-sized spot of surface rust and another about 1.5 inches long along the rocker panels. This is unfortunately a very common issue with NA Miatas. However, I have confirmed with two mechanics that it is only on the surface, so it can be sanded/ground off and removed. I don't know how to do it myself or I would have already. It is never driven in rain and is garaged so it has not grown. Also, the driver side A-pillar window seal has aged and should be replaced at some point if the vehicle is to be driven in the rain.

Overall, the vehicle is in excellent shape and has been an absolute treat for me, I am only selling it to help pay for my wedding next May. It was freshly detailed this week at Perfect Touch in Harrisonburg. I am asking below recent market sales prices to compensate for the cosmetic issues, something this unique could go for more but I want it to be attainable for the next person.

I can't wait for this Miata to share many more years of fun and adventures for its next owner! P.S. - I only name cars I love deeply and take care of in equal measure. This one's name is Celeste, after how it matches the color pallettes of my favorite video game.

Thank you for taking the time to look at my post, I look forward to hearing from you!

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