Looking for a one-of-a-kind sports car? This MX-5 could be the answer. Specifically, it's a 1992 Mazda MX-5 NA (known in Japan as the Mazda Eunos Roadster) and was imported into the US in 2022. Outfitted with a Monocraft body kit, this odd-looking MX-5 has a New Hampshire, USA title, plus only around 47,000 miles on the clock. Naturally, it's right-hand drive and has metric units on its gauges.

The bright red paint and the cabin's black and silver colour scheme are just the beginning; the Monocraft body kit makes this MX-5 truly unique from the rest of the MX-5s on the road. If it isn't obvious, the body kit is inspired by the Ferrari 250 GTO.

For an aggressive stance, the build is equipped with a set of 4-inch wheels from a newer Mazda MX-5 and TEIN coilovers. The passenger-side footrest, radio block-off plate, and aftermarket door mirrors are also just a few of the extra changes made to this car.

The interior is special, too, featuring a Bride Low Max driver's seat, a Nardi-branded steering wheel, and carbon fibre-wrapped trim elements. The silver dashboard finish and vinyl flooring further the MX-5's distinctive appearance, while the aftermarket emergency brake handle and headliner show just how much attention to detail went into this build.

The MX-5's naturally-aspirated 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine is rated at approximately 118 bhp and 101 lb-ft of torque. For enhanced handling and shifting, it's equipped with a 1.5-way limited-slip differential and a 5-speed manual gearbox.

This car isn't without imperfections, though. It has cracks near the passenger-side headlight, a faded finish on the wheel centre caps, a lower steering column cover missing, torn upholstery on the rear part of the headliner, and some rust on some of the underbody components. Despite those, it's clear that a lot of time and resources went into making this MX-5 stand out from the crowd.