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1993 Mazda MX3 V6 Show Car

1993 Mazda MX-3 GS

Condition: Used
Make: Mazda
Model: MX-3
SubModel: GS
Type: null
Year: 1993
Mileage: 160,000
VIN: JM1EC4320P0205314
Color: BASF Paradise Pearl Blue Paint
Engine: 1.8L V6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: null
Transmission: 5 speed manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: null
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
Item location: Palmyra, Pennsylvania, United States

Description for Mazda MX-3 1993

1993 Mazda MX3 Show Car. 1.8L V6 5 speed. Custom intake. Polished valve cover. Front strut tower brace. 160k miles and still running strong. Fully molded Drift Wide Body Kit with 3" fender flares. 17" Axis rims with low profile tires. Cross drilled rotors. 1.5" Eibach drop springs. Sparco gas cap conversion. 2.5" custom exhaust with carbon fiber muffler. Custom BASF Paradise Pearl Blue Paint. Vertical doors. Custom side mirrors with turn signals. Carbon Fiber hood. Complete custom black/silver two-toned fiberglass interior with 17" flat screen monitor in trunk and custom amp rack. 2 amplifers...one for (4) 6x9 speakers/tweeters and one for 2, 10" Subwoofers. 7 inch, flip-out Jensen CD/DVD head unit. Custom gauges and dash. White light underglow kit. Optima battery. Racing seats with 4 point harnesses. Alarm system. Spare tire and original jack included. Undercarriage is clean and rust free. Neon underglow kit works. All exterior lights work as they should. **Note that there are (2) small cracks in the fiberglass on the front bumper. Should be an easy fix.
Clean PA Title. I had to enter "reconstructed" through Ebay because there was an error on the title application when I lived in IL. The vehicle was never in a wreck nor reconstructed. The error was corrected when I moved back to PA and I have a clear PA title. I have all necessary documentation and paperwork including original owners manual and VERY detailed maintenance records. I purchased the car in 1998 with 45,000 miles and have over $20k invested! Car was built to demo detailing products (aerosol cans fit in the holes on amp rack and company commercials were ran on the flat screens). It was a trailer queen car but here are the small things that would need done to pass PA inspection and drive it carefree:
-would recommend installing factory springs (i have front) to raise ride height-install yellow marker lights up front and red in the rear-install battery cut off switch-repair/replace 1 of 2 engine fans. Only (1) works so engine occasionally runs hot-hook up AC/Heater/Gauge Cluster light. Did not hook up when I fiber glassed the dash.-install new window motors. Current ones move slow.-Complete tune up. Car has been sitting for 3 years.-Hook up dash gauges (lights work but needles don't)
Thanks for looking. Sold as-is. Local pick up. Buyer handles shipping. Will need a trailer that can accommodate a low rider. Contact me with questions.