Category Archives: junkyards

Grand Touring: Forgotten steel tempts rust in Aichi Prefecture

A few weekends ago, we were again exploring some outlaying areas outside of Nagoya, and in the middle of the rice fields was a small mechanic who had amazed a sizable collection of varied old Japanese cars. As distressing as … Continue reading

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Another Blog Chock Full of Rotting J-Tin

Remember the exploits of the Kusahiro Exploration Corps? Well here’s Dara Dara Seikatsu’s blog to further document the oxidizing nostalgics of Japan and ruin your day. Thanks to reader Charlie C. for the tip!

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J-Tin Rotting Away in Japan, Plus a Cherry Cherry

The Kusahiro Exploration Corps Blog is probably the saddest site you’ll see this week, if not ever. It’s basically a gallery of nostalgics rusting into oblivion on the grasslands of Japan, full of cars like this Nissan Cherry Coupe 1200X-1 … Continue reading

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Junkyards, a Love-Hate Relationship

Due to a series of stupid errors, which I may or may not blog about later, I found myself this afternoon slogging through the desolate wasteland of the self-serve wrecking yard. Anyone who’s owned an old Japanese car has probably … Continue reading

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Random Junkyard Finds

The heavy damage sustained in drifting those E70 Corollas from this morning’s post reminded us of this round-headlight specimen that we saw in a junkyard last week. After we finished our first issue of JNC magazine, we finally had some … Continue reading

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