Eastern Shore Classic Cars is thrilled to offer this fine example of Japanese reliability and fun all in one package. This car is owned by a seasoned citizen who is reluctantly parting with the car as it is becoming difficult for her to drive. It was owned by her late husband’s pride and joy. The odometer reading at 106000 mileage is low, averaging out to about 3100 miles per year. Clearly it was a weekend driver. Th car comes with the optional hardtop which is in excellent condition. It is both lightweight and easy to remove. Now a bit about the 91 Miata. The body shell of the was all-steel with a lightweight aluminum hood.. Suspension was an independent double wishbone on all four wheels, with an anti-roll bar at the front and rear. Four-wheel disc brakes, ventilated at the front, were behind alloy wheels with 185/60HR14 radial tires. The base model came with stamped steel wheels from the then-current 323/Protege. The original MX-5, with standard manual transmission, came with a 1.6 L (98 cu in) DOHC inline four-cylinder engine, producing 86 kW (115 bhp) at 6,500 rpm, and 136 N·m (100 lbf·ft) of torque at 5,500 rpm. The engine employs an electronic fuel injection system using a vane-type air flow meter and an electronic ignition system with a camshaft angle sensor instead of a distributor. This engine was specifically designed for the MX-5 and featured a lightened crankshaft, flywheel, and aluminum sump with cooling fins The standard transmission was a 5-speed manual The gear shift was the subject of close attention during development, with engineers told to make it shift in as small a gear pattern as possible. The J American market also received an optional viscous limited-slip differential, available for cars with a manual transmission. This is a turnkey vehicle ready to enjoy upon delivery. The car makes its home in the Easton MD area. Feel free to contact Hank at email@example.com or text 201-317-9277. The car is offered at 12,500.00.