The Mazda MX-5 is a controversial car among petrolheads, kinda like Marmite; you either love it or hate it. But this custom build on an MX-5 chassis is hard to dislike.
The owner, David Woolery, bought this as his first car in 1989 and has been slowly modifying it since. With inspirations from a Lotus Elan, Toyota 2000GT and various other roadsters from the older eras, the finished product is one of the best looking cars I've come across.
Reworked brakes, suspension, engine, interior and exterior have all been customised to perfection. The N/A engine has been swapped to a turbo-charged four cylinder which boosts the power to around 250 horsepower with a wet weight of just under 1,000KG.