Eliminator V2 by SalvageWon

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Looking to build the perfect autocross car, the team at SalvageWon has built the ultra light Eliminator V2 kit car.

This bare bones, industrial inspired 4-wheeler is a do-it-yourselfer’s dream car. The crew takes old Mazda Miatas, and uses all of their parts to bring a pile of scrap metal to life. SalvageWon takes a handful of parts from the donor Miata, including a the engine, driveline and suspension, to build a 2-seater that we’re dying to get the behind the wheel of. In order to make the swap more seamless, they also weld the remaining chassis pan to the cage. The end result is a turbo-charged 250+ horsepower track machine that weighs in at roughly 1,650 pounds – nearly 1,000 pounds than the actual Miata it was born from.

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