Dsscats here again, bringing you the REST of JCCS (You can find Part 1/2 here)! Lets start it off with this pair of amazing Hakos.

This blue suited this example quite well.

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This SA RX7 was sweet. Great color too!

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This FC Turbo II was ridiculously nice. The stance and RPF1s suited it very well.

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Hi, Ace! Complete with spinning middle seats and smilies.

Wing much? Epic aero.

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ITBs with such a modern valve cover was odd, in the same way that pretzels with ranch is odd. Seemingly unorthodox, but awesome.

Watch that Wankel, you wanker! Steel Wheel Appreciation Society FTW.

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This Cosmo was just the best. Still somehow not as clean as Mike Malamut’s amazing example.

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I’ve never seen such a stock RX2 in my life. Pretty cool!

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RX7 or RX4? I’d take the RX7, personally.

Such a strange and cool mashup of USDM and JDM styles. The clear tails were a very interesting touch (I like it!)

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Stock 4 cylinder wasn’t enough for you? V8 time! Check out those massive rear tires.

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This Subaru 360 trucklet supposedly had 3600 original miles

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The interior certainly suggested that to be correct.

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Pretty sure this was my favorite car there.

There was a surprisingly good selection of Toyota 800s out, including 3 LHD examples and one RHD.

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REPU!

Not only was it very simply modified on the outside...

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...but it had mods where it counts too.

This half G-Nose’d 240Z was simple and clean. Perfect.

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My friends Jocelyn and J were out there too with their original RHD Fairlady. Pretty awesome!

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There were a few S12s out. This particular one had just perfect fitment, although the fender treatment was odd.

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This example had an SR20DET swap.

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Another picture of that Kaminari-kitted S130.

This green machine was just awesome.

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Another shot of the Sprinter. I couldn’t pass by it again.

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Some more of IVI’s cars.

This SR20-powered 510 was a true crowd pleaser. It seemed to always have a crowd around it.

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SO STOCK!

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Very daily drivable.

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Brown Japanese cars FTW.

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Another period correct center piece.

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This Roadster was extremely well done.

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The anti-Shiro?

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At this point, it was time for everyone to leave. That didn’t stop me from taking photographs!

Notice the Jimny in the background.

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Like a Road-sir

RHD Bluebird COUPE! Has a much more slanted rear windshield than the US-market 2 door sedan.

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At this point, Savant left in his RX3.

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Sweet SA, esé

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Out to chase the sun through Long Beach.

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A nice pair of 80’s ‘Yotas

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No idea how this Luv snuck in there. The Z31 looks confused too.

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Another gorgeous AE86

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RHD Datsun pickup. Notice the Z600 in the foreground.

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These wheels and that stance just somehow...worked.

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A sweet Hako sedan leaving.

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Celi, you’re a STAR!

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Goodbye, Mr. McFly!

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Another nice Shiro.

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This Cosmo tried to smoke us all out!

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That rotary life.

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Finally, I helped load up cars for the Sage Auto Group. So nice.

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Bye bye Shiro!

One last Hako leaving.

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Finally, two shots of the cars I drove down and back. I took the 210 down and the 240Z w/ L28 back (Thanks Evan!)

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