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Of Course Flyin' Miata Is Going To Stuff A V8 Into The New Fiat 124 Spider

Perhaps the lone upside of the new Fiat 124 Spider feeling about as Italian as an Edamame Soybean Kit-Kat is that it will inevitably benefit from the ridiculously extensive Mazda MX-5 aftermarket. Naturally, that includes Flyin’ Miata’s V8 conversions. Why? Because tires are evil and must be punished, that’s why. Read more...
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