As you can tell, cars are a very big part of my life. For 360 days of the year, I am either writing about a car, buying a car, selling a car or working on a car. On the day I was supposed to be writing about a car I was cruising my favorite Web site recycler.c
It's been a long time since you've seen Project Miata. There's a string of logic longer than this story explaining why it's been several years since this car's last appearance. We'll spare you the gory details.
What on Earth would possess someone to drive a Miata on a warm summer's day? Any dermatologist worth their salt will tell you to avoid direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight for fear of developing one of a nasty variety of epidermal assaulting diseases. Not
That's right, we can pontificate all we want about how enjoyable it is to drive our lovely emerald green Miata along the serpentine roads of Pacific Coast Highway, but it's still one of the least potent cars in our project car fleet.
One of the nicer things about Miatas is their sheer ubiquity. For a magazine project car, the ability to blend into its surroundings is a welcome trait. After all, driving a car that is constantly yelling "Look-At-Me!" tends to bring its share of speeding tick