[MSCW list] MSCW Digest, Vol 34, Issue 7

Bob.Schurk at alexandriava.gov Bob.Schurk
Tue Jun 10 03:39:43 CEST 2008

Hi Albert - - - -see replies below.

Bob Schurk
Facilities Coordinator
The Lyceum, Alexandria's History Museum
201 South Washington Street
Alexandria, Virginia   22314
bob.schurk at alexandriava.gov
telephone   703-838-4994
fax                703-838-4997

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Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2008 08:02:56 -0400
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Subject: Re: [MSCW list] MSCW Digest, Vol 34, Issue 3
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How many miles do you have on your 1994 M-Edition??   Albert - - - - Good
to hear from you.    Mine is a '95, so it is not an M Edition.  - - - -just
a nice tan leather edition - - - do you know what it is called officially ?
Please tell me .I've noticed that higher mileage NA?Miatas (200K plus
miles)?tend to have little things start going (which is usually?typical for
used cars doesn't matter what make and model).?  I am not having little
things go wrong - - - - - -still a carefree Miata !  Mine has 122K on it,
and running strong !   If you intend to keep your 1994 M-Edition Miata?for
a long time, you may want to consider getting a replacement OEM part from
the dealers if they still exist.?   This is an excellent idea, Albert.  I
would like to know which parts, (both for mechanical and also appearance)
wear out soonest, then I would know wha to buy before it dissapears from
Miata stockrooms.The Finishline website from Rosenthal Arlington Mazda, I
believe, carries a the full?retractable power radio antenna setup in their
current inventory of parts for NA Miatas.?   I had a new radio mast
installed at 102K - - - - -no problems since then.I am buying OEM parts for
my NA Miatas before they stop carrying them.? Good luck with your repair!
Thanks, Albert .              BTW, I now have a copy of the history of
Hawaii Telephone System which identifies the work of my Uncle who waswith
them from about 1910 until about 1945 .  You may even know by sight some of
the Telephone buildings that he designed.  He also designed the first dial
phone  on both the islands, and also for the telephone industry as a whole.
Uncle Fred's dial phone came out in 1911, I think.

It's late now, and I've got to go home.  It's been a looooong day for me.


Albert Adaoag
1995 Merlot M-Edition Miata
1994 Classic Red C-Package Miata
1993 Brilliant Black Limited Edition Miata # 36 of 1,500
1984 Silver RX-7 GSL-SE

Message: 2
Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2008 20:56:44 -0400
From: Bob Reinhardt <reinarc at verizon.net>
Subject: [MSCW list] Power antenna
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I have a '94 M Edition Miata. A couple of weeks ago, as I started the car
my driveway, the antenna mast jumped out of the rear fender along with the
mounting nut and plastic rack ? which seems to be intact.? Attempting to
reinstall the mast and rack in accord with the 1994 Workshop Manual? has
worked.? I can hear the antenna motor when I turn the radio on and off but
can?t get anything to grab the rack and pull it down.

Any suggestions?

Bob Reinhardt
1994 M Edition Miata
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