Fill Your Two-Car Garage With Two V8-Swapped Flyin' Miatas

What's better than one LS-powered Miata? Two LS-powered Miatas.

Flyin' Miata

We love a good V8-swapped Miata, and the folks over at Flyin' Miata of Colorado sure know how to build them right. The Miata-focused shop currently has two second-hand examples for sale on its website, and we think you should buy both of them.

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The first car, , is a first-gen NA Miata that goes by the name of Bert. The original owner brought the car in for a V8 conversion at 32,000 miles, where it received an LS376 V8 making 445 horsepower and 430 lb.-ft. of torque, bolted to a Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission, a Cadillac CTS limited-slip differential, and a host of other cooling and driveline upgrades to handle all that extra power. The car now has 46,000 miles on it, and comes with a color-matching hardtop included.

Flyin' Miata

The second car, nicknamed Moonshine, is an NB-generation Miata . This one has many of the same modifications as the NA car, but uses an EROD LS3 engine making 430 horsepower, and a Getrag 3.73-ratio differential. It's got 110,000 miles on the chassis, 23,000 of which were added after it was converted to V8-spec.

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Flyin' Miata

Either of these V8-powered beast would be a fantastic addition to any garage. But if you're having a hard time picking a favorite (as we are), ? If you don't have the space, we're sure we can make some room at the R&T offices—in exchange for some seat time, of course.

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