Advance Flatout NSX
So, we have quite a bit of Honda gear to give away!The care package will keep you set up in JDM bliss for the foreseeable future.
Some dealership not too far from me seems to be doing some bonkers JDM importing.
A few months ago I posted a trivia question over at LaLD, and lucky Berang guessed the vehicle to win some Hot Wheels cars. Well, after installing Windows to hook up my scanner and Photoshop, I’m finally able to share my reference material with you all! More photos and info (mostly in Japanese) below the fold.
The Suzuki Cappuccino was introduced for the 1987 model year as an attempt to add some sportiness to the Suzuki lineup in native Japan. In a photograph it looks like a Mazda MX-5 competitor, but with a total length of only 129 inches and a 1598 lb curb weight, the Cappuccino was closer to a go-kart and it conformed…
“For tollbooths, I got the Grabber!”
This is a series in which I’d like to highlight a special, often neglected area of car culture: (German) low-budget customized cars. Maybe they are to Germany’s traffic what the bosozoku are to Japan’s.
You have now! Hes kinda become a legend around town. More pics below.
JDM point 🔰 counter:
- Progress has been made on the spaceship. Thanks to BC Racing we can drag frame in the GS. Won’t be riding that low till tax season. When I can afford wheels. :) She will be raised up a little in the front because can’t make it into my own driveway let alone any driveway...still..not bad for an old mans Lexus
The Q45 isn’t registered yet, so I can’t leave my driveway. But I can definitely JDM BRO out on some strange OEM parts. This grille is definitely the most exciting piece of shiny plastic I’ve ever purchased! Thanks Japan Parts Service (they are a big east coast JDM engine importer). I couldn’t be happier. It’s…
For a while now on-and-off, I’ve been looking for an old U.S. magazine article about the Skyline GT-R. It was my first real exposure to the car, long before Gran Turismo came out. I used to subscribe to Car and Driver, so I figured it was in C/D. It was.
I was playing Gran Turismo on my PSP (emulator), and spotted this:
JCVA had our second meet this weekend, in the rain. There were some really cool cars that showed, check it out.
Found myself looking at shrines and temples in Kyoto and remembered that this place was here! So naturally I had to check it out.
The JDM RHD craze has just started to hit the US, but it has been going strong in Canada - especially on the West coast - for about a decade now. Why are Japanese imports so popular? Can we expect the same boom in the US? As a Jalop living on Canada’s West coast, allow me to show you why JDM imports are so freakin’…