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Mazda to offer full restoration services for its original NA series MX-5 roadster

By Faiming_low on 08 Aug 2017 in Modifications, Other News

Attached Image As the best-selling two-seater sports car in history, the Mazda MX-5 Miata enjoys a considerable following around the world and owners will be happy to hear that the Japanese company is launching two new services catered specifically to owners of first-generation Eunos roadsters or MX-5 as the other parts of the world calls it.

Attached Image Firstly, Mazda will start offering parts for the NA series MX-5 and for now, it will focus on providing what it thinks owners might need most, namely the fabric roof, the Bridgestone tyres, the Nardi steering wheel and the shift knob. These items were selected as they tend to be worn-out the fastest. Other items may be added by popular demand.

Attached Image The other service is the possibility of fully restoring your car. No prices have been given but you can be sure that by letting them restore your NA rMX-5 to factory-fresh condition two decades after it ceased production the, your wallet will be much lighter after the process. Cars which have been restored will then be certified to ensure their restoration operation meets the highest criteria.

Sadly, these services are only available in Japan for the time being.

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Faiming_low
Written by Faiming_low
Since young, Fai Ming has always centered his life around cars. In fact his first word was 'car' and not 'mum' or 'dad'. Aren't kids cute?



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Sdf4786k Aug 10 2017 05:05 PM

wonder how they restore the rusty bits as that was one of the most difficult to replace

Koster Aug 10 2017 08:34 PM
What's so special of the Bridgestone tyres?
Sdf4786k Aug 10 2017 09:26 PM

What's so special of the Bridgestone tyres?


Probably the size. I do know that the oem rim weight was an important consideration as well as the exos n note that it produces
Koster Aug 10 2017 10:13 PM
I see bro. For the few mm difference, why use such odd sizes? Not that it makes a big difference i think.

Probably the size. I do know that the oem rim weight was an important consideration as well as the exos n note that it produces


Probably the size. I do know that the oem rim weight was an important consideration as well as the exos n note that it produces

Sdf4786k Aug 11 2017 07:56 AM

I see bro. For the few mm difference, why use such odd sizes? Not that it makes a big difference i think.


Restoration is the way they term it. To restored back to the way it was originally intended to be. Many would argue the fact that there are many better way to spend that money. Of course some of the exercise that Mazda has identified is the passion for the car but inaccessible obsolete parts.
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