Even if you think Miatas are gay, you have to applaud Mazda for bringing an ’89 to ’97 vehicle back to life: the carmaker has launched the “Roadster Restore” program, which will allow owners in Japan to restore their NA Miatas back to their original state by the factory. It would be nice if more automakers began to see the value of supporting legacy models. We are incredibly excited by this. The Mazda Roadster (aka MX-5 Miata) is one of the most enduringly pure and joyful sports cars of all time. A car that’s hard not to love. The current ND generation is a marvel of engineering elegance and sports car driving dynamics, traditions that go back to the NA. In fact, the Classic Red ND that we reported on earlier this year was a subtle hint to the coming of this program.