Reader’s car: Phillip Leyesa’s Miata

Posted by Matt Rus - December 15, 2012 - 1
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I put off Phillip’s Mazda Miata way too long. Got the pics a month ago but as lazy as I am for blog posts, here they are.

I like how 1991 Miata ended up with 205/50 tires on white 15×10 Diamond Racing wheels covered with AK V1 fender flares. Satin ivory silk paint fits really nice on the car, together with the hardtop, OEM rear lip and GV replica lip. Interestingly, paint job was done with spray can.

Lightweight two-seater has stock engine and front strut bar installed. To get “slammed” status, Rokkor coilovers were added. For interior, passenger’s seat was replaced with Corbeau Forza seat and stock shift knob was replaced with homemade Jellyfish shift knob. For more pics of his Mazda Miata, please visit his flickr page: Leyesaaa.

Thank you Phillip for the pics!

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