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Hi! My wife purchased a Silverstone Metalic coloured Eunos Roadster in 2000 and
we have enjoyed every moment driving it, but can anyone help trace its
history.

When it was imported into the United Kingdom from Japan, the original
certificate of cancellation shows it was first registered in June 1995, model no.
07368 and having the E-NA8C 302356 coding for this 1.8 model.

Looking on a local UK website, their research shows that there were no
Silverstone coloured cars made that year, but state it could have been a
"Refresh" model. When my wife bought it, it had a Janspeed ss exhaust,
lowered HKS suspension and HKS cold air induction unit and a Juran Evolutional
engine brace/strut. A sticker on the inside door sill states it is model
spec.No.35-31D, Grade Sp Special Edition.

No other modifications have been done to her car since it was bought.

Certainly faster than a lot of other MX5/Miatas/Roadsters in our local Club
and we have toured a lot of Europe in it during our summer holidays and
this baby has never let us down.
 

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Flyineunos and anyone else.

Well I have managed to download some photos to the Album site, Public
Catagories, Roadster NA. If you can look there and give me an idea of
what car my wife has - please.

Regards Bill pearson
 

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it certainly doesn't have the refresh chassis plate next to the vin plate on the firewall from the engine bay shot ...

looks pretty much like a standard NA8 that someone in Japan has loaded with some HKS goodies, mazdaspeed roll bar and cusco intake headlamp lid ?

Andy on here ( roadsternut ) is probably the man to tell you from the chassis number
 

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Hi! JDMC

I thought the NAC number (see original posting) was the vin no. if so, what do I
do next?

Regards - Bill Pearson.
 

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Hi! Retrorocket,

Well thanks for your imput, you are probably right in that it is a standard car
loaded with HKS goodies by the previous owner. I was just a bit confused as
Silverstone Silver was not a colour mentioned on the 1995 models (unless it
was done for Japanese buyers only and not for exports to Europe?

Regards - Bill Pearson
 
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