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    Quote Originally Posted by MiataQuest View Post
    Maybe MLambert19 bought it!

    You know white NA's are the best!
    I wish! I need to sell BRG225 so I can start spending some money on my '94R! I am pretty stoked to have a clean white/black NA though, for sure. My US-market-diluted-1028 was only $20K less expensive!

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    Vitaloni mirrors with M2 Inc bases on YJA

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    If anyone is doing a 1001-themed interior, this should be the correct wheel.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-1991-M...19.m1438.l2649

    I might be willing to sell my Club NA M2-Inc. horn button if someone buys it. -Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLambert19 View Post
    If anyone is doing a 1001-themed interior, this should be the correct wheel.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-1991-M...19.m1438.l2649

    I might be willing to sell my Club NA M2-Inc. horn button if someone buys it. -Matt
    Interested in horn Button. pics?

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! Ctsquid's Avatar
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    This has seen better days, but it appears to be authentic.

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    updated post #7 to include some interior shots of the M2-1003 Roadster, and the M2-1023 AWD fatchback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phatmiata View Post
    updated post #7 to include some interior shots of the M2-1003 Roadster, and the M2-1023 AWD fatchback


    That 1023 is amazing!! More digging has turned up nothing. Safe to say it never made production?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrayleather View Post


    That 1023 is amazing!! More digging has turned up nothing. Safe to say it never made production?
    The caption says it was a design study, and it seems to also have been known as the Familia Sport 4 (maybe also Super 4, but could be a mistype on the article). It also seems to share a lot with the M2 1005, another Familia based car. Neither appears to have ever made it to production. Could be way off here as well, but it also seems like the 1005 was planned to be Mazda's Group B entry (or at least the homologation base for it), while the 1023 was supposed to be the road going car that you could get number plates for.

    https://minkara.carview.co.jp/userid.../blog/9478808/

    https://minkara.carview.co.jp/userid...940/photo.aspx

    Crazy how much M2 designed haha. I thought I knew a decent amount about M2 with just the 1001, 1002, 1006, 1028, and the 1015. But there are way more than just those apparently.

    Edit: here's a good list of M2 models with basic descriptions for each in Japanese- https://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/roman_holi.../64221200.html

    and here's my translation
    M2 1003 - Based off Eunos Roadster、base carriage for M2 1008
    M2 1004 - Autozam Revue based van
    M2 1005 - Familia base - WRC competition base car
    M2 1006 - Eunos Roadster base equipped with Luce (Mazda 929) 3L V6 engine
    M2 1007 - 4 door sports car capable of carrying 4 people
    M2 1008 - Eunos Roadster base coupe。This was idea was later sold as the Mazda Roadster Coupe in the second generation model.
    M2 1009 - urban SUV
    M2 1010 - Front half: Familia Astina、Back half: Familia sedan based sports pickup
    M2 1011 - Eunos Cosmo base
    M2 1012 - MPV base
    M2 1013 - ?
    M2 1014 - Off-road type AZ-1
    M2 1015A- WRC style AZ-1
    M2 1015B- AZ-1 canvas top specification
    M2 1019 - Eunos Presso equipped with Kronos family 2.5L V6 KL-ZE engine
    M2 1020 - RX-7 base
    M2 1022 - Revue base
    M2 1023 - M2 1005 model meant for consumer sale
    M2 1024 - ?
    M2 1031 - wheelchair compatible Eunos Roadster
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    Quote Originally Posted by ueru View Post
    Crazy how much M2 designed haha. I thought I knew a decent amount about M2 with just the 1001, 1002, 1006, 1028, and the 1015. But there are way more than just those apparently.
    So far this is a great Saturday thanks to you and Phat (note to self, need to figure out Minkara). So much new stuff I never knew about M2 and that 1005? Hnnnnng

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    I have my old 96 White with red interior swap on there

    https://minkara.carview.co.jp/userid...5/profile.aspx

    I put my 93LE on there some time ago too

    https://minkara.carview.co.jp/userid...1/profile.aspx


    It was a great way to connect with other Roadster nuts, however most have moved to other platforms now, facebook instagram, etc.

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    If anyone has a couple million yen to spare (税込 2,080,000 円) (about $18,000US) there's a pretty nice looking M2-1001 on YJP at the moment.

    https://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/f313025360











    Looks like the wheel centers are missing, along with the oil filler cap (which you could source a Nielex replacement for), and the steering wheel.

    -Matt

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    wrong roll bar as well

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