The new generation Mazda Miata MX-5 is a gem worthy of the best spot in a museum, but did you know that it was inspired and built with Tipo1984 parts? Starting with the engine, the transmission steering track leaves the impression that this is more than a second-generation which brings the 30s on the streets again.
The second group of borrowed parts is the $10,000 accessory accents which you can actually order and complete a customed Miata. A vintage open-wheel race car is harder to spot even in a personal car collection neither less on the street, especially because they have really astronomic prices.
Tipo184 is a UK-based kit ca company which is specialized in remastering a car, and this time they’re offering their Mazda MX-5 owners a kit to help them turn it into an Alpha-inspired open-wheel race car. The kit itself consists of a custom tube chassis, hand-formed aluminum body panel, and lots of other accessories that help you achieve the look of a pre-war Alfa-Racer.
Sold for a starting price at $13,500 and could extend up to the $10,000 mentioned above for other kits, and that’s the price without taxes and shipping. But the UK tunning company promises that the result will give you an incredible track toy to drive.
The Tipo184 is both a great competitor to a tunning rival company and a great team that wants to help you have a unique opportunity to drive a little vintage beast. The kit specs are available for the second-generation Mazda Miata only.