I was poking around Goo-Net Exchange and came across a real JDM unicorn...
At least to me anyway...wish it wasn’t massively overpriced though, it’s LHD so would make an interesting imported DD around these parts as there are probably none or few in all of Canada and it’s only based on Punto mechanicals, so wouldn’t be too hard to find parts for!
The 610 is a 510 that they actually bothered to give styling. And it rules. It looks like an 8/10 scale Hakosuka Skyline. And when I say it’s a 510, I mean it. They’re so mechanically similar that most parts are completely interchangable. So you have a car that handles incredibly well, along with having massive…
What a name for a dealer. Beautiful truck too - if I win the lottery, I’d definitely buy one like this.
Very expensive, but so brilliant (and rare) I still want it. I can dream, Right? Only 30,000 or so miles too.
I am still lazy as ever, the only exercise i do is walk the dog a little up the street. I need to get out more. I should also eat better.
looks a bit Porsche 911-ish
I dig this SZ-R. Bodykit and all. The blue body and yellow wheels look great with each other. Looks better than the Veilside Evolution Demo Car, and I find that car gorgeous. Find a better Supra on Goo-Net. It’s possible, there are certainly better cars there, but a better Supra? I’m not sure. Prove me wrong.
This is a 1994 Honda Ascot. It’s based on the contemporary Accord, and is the grandfather of the Acura TSX. It’s quite an ugly thing, isn’t it?
Looking at Skylines on Goo-Net before they’re legal to import and every one gets ruined by “Stance Bros”.
Welcome to yet ANOTHER Goo-Net focused segment, one that WILL become regular.
Because 2 liter, 8000rpm V6. Also pretty. Also the front seats, and only the front seats, are blue, and it came from the factory like that.
Today’s Goo-Net Showdown will pit a quartet of lesser known luxury sedans against each other.
SUPER-CLEAN BLUE CITY TURBO!
As cool as the early 90s Kei sports cars were, they aren’t as cool as this. In fact, nothing in the entire world is as cool as this custom 1973 Honda Life Step Van, built by a man who we can only assume spent his whole life on second base.