(In car) Jane (Front, l-r) Bob Blyth, Eric
When Mazda introduced the original Miata back in 1989, Wolf — headed by Eric
Camp and Bob Blyth — had been designing and
producing quality electronic auto accessories for more
years. The Wolf line then included Power Windows, Remote Locking and Security Systems.
Within a few months of the Miata's launch, Wolf released the
world's first dedicated product line for this exciting, new car.
Then and now, our products
stand apart from the competition because we only supply original
equipment-quality components from the best manufacturers such as Bosch
in Germany and MES in Switzerland. This
guarantees our customers unequalled assurance, and years of trouble-free
enjoyment and use. Warranty
In the early
1990s, our market was exclusively to Mazda car dealers and importers throughout
the world. These dealers demand a product built to
the same standards as the car itself.
We also became involved in the classic car movement,
developing similar products for 1960s and '70s autos such as the Triumph TR7,
the Rover Mini and the VW Bug. Enthusiast owners of these cars wanted to install
the product themselves, so we took great care to supply kits with
full-color instruction manuals. We made sure they would be easy to fit.
Now the Miata Mk1
is fast becoming a classic with many thousands of owners joining
around the world. So we decided to offer our line of quality products directly
to Miata aficionados — at prices that
previously would have been impossible.
Our Miata Mk1
kits have been improved and updated with detailed, color instructions that
make installation a step-by-step process. Our new
Power Windows and Door Locks for the Miata Mk2 fit without drilling any holes
or running cables!
you choose to buy from us at Wolf, you can be assured you're buying
from a reputable and experienced manufacturer. Everyone here is an enthusiast,
and we want you to carry on enjoying your Miata for years to come.