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It is my understanding that there were only around 2,800 non-M's (vs ~15,000 M's) made for the NA market and they were all sold out of the US. I wouldn't think there are more than a couple hunded in all of Canada (if that). Factor a specific color into the equation and you probably won't be pulling up beside one at Tim Hortons.
It was a popular track car because it is 2.4x stiffer than the roadster and with the smaller engine, a little more manageable than the M.
If anyone wants to give some feedback on the price that would be appreciated!
It is my understanding that there were only around 2,800 non-M's (vs ~15,000 M's) made for the NA market and they were all sold out of the US.
Ron, your numbers are all wrong for the M's.
North America S52 engine: 2,180 built from 07/98 through 06/2000
North America S54 engine: 690 built from 02/2001 through 05/2002
For a total of under 3000. All the Z's were made in the USA, but canadian dealers got their allotments. Canadian MZ's were spec'd differently (euro floating rotors, other goodies) depending on trim vs US cars.