How much on an average do 1990 mazda miatas sell for

Asked by Sep 26, 2012 at 10:38 AM about the 1992 Mazda MX-5 Miata Base

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I have a 1990 mazda miata with 115000 miles in good shape and was wondering what to sell it for?

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nada.com. my guess tho prolly round 1500 to 2500

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unfortunately very low. if it is stock (not modified), as stated above, you will likely get in the realm of $2000 or so. Not very many people buy them anymore as they are small and uncomfortable. The one community to appeal to is the racing community, there are several types of racing that are either all miatas (spec miata for example) or that have miata classes (rwd unlimited and such). Try to go on forums (miata.net, clubroadster, etc) that are miata based.

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