1990 red Mazda Miata Convertible number 5256 purchased in July, 1989 from the very first shipment of Miatas!! — 1 owner, 1 driver, garage kept. Also known as the MX-5 (short for Mazda Experiment Project #5). Well maintained car– original miles under 59,500.  Comes with hardtop, original purchase information, maintenance records and Miata Magazines.  Sold as is for cash or cashier’s check only. Located in West Deptford Township, southern New Jersey.

To go along with the great design to make a fantastic handling vehicle, this Miata has a smooth shifting 5-speed manual transmission. The shifter has a very short, easy throw that allows for a very comfortable driving experience. This very early First Generation Miata has a great style especially at night with the pop-up headlights.

Highest bid over $10,000 takes it. Every penny will be used to advance the great no-kill animal cause of spay/neuter, adoption and education. Check it out at

Here is your chance to support the “Circle of Compassion for Animals” with the purchase of one of the most beloved automobiles ever made.

This car has been very much loved, but is now becoming a little too difficult for its elderly driver to get into, so owner is willing to part with it to help animals.

This same long-time guardian angel for animals donated a beach block shore condo last year to Paws and Claws Society.

Email bid to    Bids close August 31, 2019.

1990 Mazda Miata MX-5 (First Generation) For Sale to Benefit Animals - see for details

1990 Mazda Miata MX-5 (First Generation) For Sale to Benefit Animals – PICTURE IS REPRESENTATIONAL OF THE ACTUAL CAR


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