Wednesday, May 28, 2008

SOLD! Extrodinary Spec Miata - $12k

EDIT: Jon's car has been sold. Congratulations are in order to the guy who bought it.

Co-Piloto Jon Emerson is selling his Spec Miata and if you are looking for a very competitive ride this is it. This car was meticulously prepared and has the best of the best which helps it corner like a slot car. LOTS of fun and speed. Combine that with some expert driving instruction from Will Faules and you have the entire package.




Don't miss this once in a rare while opportunity to own a true gem of a race car. This is one of the cleanest Spec Miatas you'll ever find. Built over the course of a year by Impact Engineering, the quality of this car is beyond compare. Based on a straight 1991 chassis, this 1.6 Miata has a cage that's a work of art, and includes full drivers-side NASCAR bars. The suspension is fully updated including recent updates to the 99 strut tops. The car is fully wired for your radio including a custom steering-wheel mounted PTT. Full Chasecam system can be negotiated for inclusion in purchase. The car has 2 weekends of track time on it from new and has been stored inside.

The car includes:


Legal 1.6 motor, tuned by Mazda master Mike Haag (built Rampelberg's 2008 Runoff's winning motor)
Brand new straight shot intake
2 weekend old Mazda comp Limited Slip differential
Mazda comp exhaust
Suspension updated to '99 bump stops for improved ride height
2 sets of straight wheels (1 set of Kosei K1's and a brand new, un-raced set of Konig Rewinds (as shown in the pic))
Impact Engineering Cage with Driver side NASCAR door
Kirkey seat with 2 custom mounting points for different sized drivers
$1200 paintjob inside and out (pure white inside)
Completely wired for radios
2008 NASA annual with Log Book
Very solid well built, unmolested, unwrecked car
Will help setup and coach driver with purchase of car

2 comments:

mjb said...

The number "7" is my lucky number. Oh! sooo tempting!!!

Gary Faules said...

Hey little girl. It comes with some candy. ;)

It really is a sweet deal and Jon leaves no detail unattended.