Who would have thought that we are now just one year away from 2020. That would make the year 1990 thirty years ago. How time flies.
Despite the hands of time moving at a rather fast pace, there are some things that appear timeless and youthful despite their age.
Take for example this first-generation (NA) Mazda MX-5 from 1990. Upon first glance, it's as if it never left the 90's and I mean that in a good way. The red exterior paint is still pristine and it has the original alloy wheels. The soft-top appears to have been meticulously maintained, or replaced profesionally throughout the years.
Then there's its tidy cabin which appears to have aged well. No, it does not get fancy leather seats like the fourth-generation ND. Instead, it has simpler, back-to-basics cloth upholstery. It even still comes with the original AM/FM radio and cassette player, as well as the factory carpets which come with 'Miata' branding.
Under the hood is, you guessed it, the 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that is connected to a five-speed manual transmission. It puts out a respectable 115 PS and 136 Nm of torque. While those figures may not be that impressive today, do remember that the first-gen MX-5s only tipped the scales at less than 950 kg, making them pretty lightweight.
All well and good, but what makes this particular NA MX-5 unique from the rest? How about the fact that this Miata only has 492 miles (about 800 km) on the clock?
Yes, this convertible is in the U.S., specifically in Owensville in Ohio. If you really want it, you'll have to travel first, then shell out a hefty sum of $24,999 (about Php 1,311,500).
A full descrpition has yet to be listed on this particular MX-5, but from the looks of things, this one-owner legend from the 90's is proof once again that if you take care of things, they can last forever.
Source: MBP Motorcars