While the 113 horsepower from the 1.6-liter inline-four was nothing to brag about, the MX-5 was one of the more enjoyable roadsters to drive as it handled well, was RWD, and was also lightweight. This current version is the limited edition (1,505 examples made) which sees stiffer suspension, front and rear spoilers, an LSD, 14-inch BBS rims, air conditioning, red-leather interior, a woodgrain center panel, and both a hard and soft top.
This immaculate NA MX-5 does not come cheap, however, if you consider the skyrocketing prices of other classic Japanese cars, this may be the car to hold onto for the future. Set at $17,900 USD OBO, the full sales listing can be found over at eBay.
In other automotive news, Nissan is reproducing its Legendary RB26 engine.