Thai Fighters: Retro Car Meet in Bangkok


The Retro Car syndicate of Thailand has routinely given us some of the raddest nostalgics outside of Japan. Not only are there apparently massive amounts of J-tin in that country, there’s a deep appreciation of the JDM modification aesthetic as evidenced by the Hayashi-shod Mazda Savanna RX-3 above. Some mean machines await beyond the jump, but be sure to see more photo sets in the JNC Forum and Bangkok Classic Car. Or see photos from previous years.

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5 Responses to Thai Fighters: Retro Car Meet in Bangkok

  1. Benson said:

    How come no share button? Wanna post this to FB.

  2. Nigel said:

    Thank You, I was suffering from car photo withdrawl.

  3. banpei said:

    Ow man! So many old JDM. And I also see a 1602 which looks 99.9% the same as my grandfather (and later my mother) used to drive! The 0.1% is in the badge: gramps used to drive a 2002. ;)

    Oh and I don’t see Okumi’s S30 posted:
    http://www.bosozokustyle.com/content/bosozoku-car-feature-okumis-nissan-240z
    IMO also one of the best ones around! :)

  4. Slappy said:

    Oh my, <3 all these beauties!

  5. jack said:

    The event was Bangsaen Classic Automobile Festival which was held on Feb. 27, 2010.

    Bangsaen is a seaside city 100 kilometers east of Bangkok, Thailand.

    It was the first time the event held there. There are 700+ cars attending the show.

    more pics here

    http://www.bangkokclassiccar.com/forum/index.php?topic=23545.500

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