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Welcome to the brand new JapaneseNostalgicCar.com! It’s a new year and a website redesign is something the JNC team has been wanting to do for a long time. The goal was to get the look of site in line with … Continue reading
May your travels be safe and stockings filled with rare JDM parts. And may they arrive by Mazda Bongo, a rear-engined van that is retro-futuristic in a Jetsonian kind of way. The year of Mazda’s 90th Anniversary is almost over, and the … Continue reading
As you may know, JNC’s Art Director (the one responsible for our new design and layout) owns just one mode of transportation, a 1972 Datsun 240Z. Well, technically he also owns a vintage Japanese Univega but let’s not split hairs. … Continue reading
JNC would like to thank the JCCS and TORC crews, and all the old schoolers that came to the Spocom show in Long Beach this weekend. We set up our own little section of nostalgics and rocked the house. But … Continue reading
We got ours in the mail on Monday, hot off the presses. Yours should be either sitting in your mailboxes or in transit! If you haven’t already, subscribe here.
We know you’ve been waiting patiently, and it’s finally here! JNC 04 has been sent to the printers and proofed and is being rolling off the presses as you read this. Here’s a behind-the-scenes peek at the layout process. We … Continue reading
We have a very small number of limited edition shirts from Toyotafest now available in our shop. Only 86 were ever or will ever be made. XLs are sold out, sorry! Celebrating 25 years of the iconic Corolla GT-S, we’re proud … Continue reading
Are you ready for Toyotafest this weekend? Since 2010 is the year the infamous 1985 Toyota Corolla GT-S officially becomes a classic, we wanted to honor it with the JNC AE86 Heritage tee, made especially for this event. Only 86 … Continue reading
This week’s contest winning photo proves that the JNC sticker can look just as cool on a modern car as it does on a classic. Submitted by forum member mommabear. To enter our weekly JNC Stamp Contest, enter HERE. Past winners.
Look what April Fools Santa Claus brought us yesterday. Could there be a more appropriate gift for the occasion? An operative in Indonesia managed to track down some counterfeit JNC stickers for us. The JNC staff is already calling dibs … Continue reading
This week’s contest winning photo is actually a screenshot from Forza 3 for Xbox 360. If you play the game, you can now get a JNC Stamp Logo sticker for your ride! Goto the storefront and search for “Paul Newman” … Continue reading
As this week’s contest winner, we couldn’t resist choosing this photo. Just look at those cute paws! submitted by forum member e-at_me To enter our weekly JNC Stamp Contest, enter HERE view past winners
With the recent discovery of black market JNC Stamp stickers, a lot of interest was drummed up about the JNC Stamp logo. The most popular question we’ve received is something along the lines of “Why did you change the sticker … Continue reading
If you’re on the road a lot like we are here at JNC, you can get your daily fix of nostalgic car news right on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Best of all, you can have the JNC stamp logo … Continue reading
So as you probably have noticed, the JNC site experienced some technical difficulties this week. Our webhosting service claims it was a software issue with the blog. We think it was a spam attack, as virtually nothing of importance changed … Continue reading
You asked for it so, like the title says, our JNC Vintage Barrels Shirt is now available in size S. It’s the perfect size for your girlfriend, grandma, bull mastiff or even you (if the M happens to be too … Continue reading
The JNC Vintage Barrels Shirt that we introduced on Monday is now open for international orders. They’re selling fast so if you haven’t yet, make sure you order yours today!
Are you’re a J-tin fan having trouble justifying a set of fat rollers that cost more than your whole car? Soothe your guilty conscience and your wallet with the new JNC Vintage Barrels T-shirt! Fifteen of the most iconic old … Continue reading