(although I saw a second one shortly after).
Switched out my boring USDM hazard switch for a big honking red JDM one. Took about an hour to take it apart and put it back together, which is about what I expected. The write-up on Acurazine is missing a step, which added a couple minutes, but it really was fairly simple. I’ve done more involved OEM mods on my…
Someone in my town has a Nissan Serena for some reason.
I know I haven’t posted in a while—I’ve been traveling a lot for business and, more recently, for pleasure. Hopefully this one will make up for it...I’m posting it from a bullet train on my way from Tokyo to Osaka. Here are some cars I saw in the last couple days. I also saw a 911 GT3 while in a hurry to get somewhere…
I know it seems like Episode 9 just came out today, because it did, but we are banking some episodes for some planned travel. We will be talking all things JDM tomorrow evening with Rob (aka JediMario) after his great trip to Japan. Be sure and ask questions for him. Don’t make me put Lloyd on the spot again.
This little scamp was scooting along the waterfront in Mahone Bay, and the bed was loaded up and covered with a tarp too, so working hard!
I normally don’t like the low-and-slow look, but this guy’s JDM Accord Tourer converted to look like a TSX wagon is something I really am a fan of.
2002 NSX-R, if only I could import it.. Not that I could afford it anyway, but it’s nice to dream.
Nooooooope. As much as I want it, it’s not worth the risk.
A minty ‘70 Cosmo. For a whopping 125k.
EDIT: fuck Kinja I’m not fixing this post
Today’s meet had the usual Porsche/BMW/exoticfest, but we encountered a more interesting crowd up in the mountains. Enjoy!
This is not a drill. Japanese Classics has a Prelude for sale. A mostly loaded 1992 VTEC 4WS.
Pickup trucks. They’re one of the most-recognized vehicle categories around the world, and they’re the major players in Americas, Oceania and Southeast Asia, as well as a climbing category in Europe. However, they’re an already-extinct vehicle category in Japan, with all vehicle models have been axed off JDM from…
Bump for the evening crowd. The short version is: door is fixed, windows and lock works, mirror doesn’t fold because it’s not a motorised version (derp), yes I can (slowly) fix all those clear coat scratches myself, and unfortunately, yes, my employer can ask for my insurance information and expect me to have a…
It’s been awhile. I don’t even know who most of you jerks are anymore.
The Toyota Hilux is back in Japan. After 13 years of demise.