A regular haunt for friends has been a brunch down the street at Daikanyama - fresh juice, coffee, and bagels. Arriving sometimes a bit earlier than the others, I was intrigued by the bigger than usual array of interesting cars parked outside the adjacent bookshop. Asking around, I was told from 07:00 to 09:00 on a Sunday once a month, the car park fills up with interesting cars. Nothing particular, just 'interesting'. With a Sunday free, I took the Hachi out for an early morning blast on open Tokyo streets. Warming up outside my local yakitori restaurant (so as to not wake the neighbors):
Five minutes later (short drive), parked next to an Alpine:
Then, the rest of the crew started to arrive:
A snarling G-nosed Z:
Racing wiper alignment:
Nicely aged all over:
Unlike this mint Honda Accord LX, from 1981:
It was literally unmarked, or aged in anyway. The rubbers alone were fresh & supple. Really an incredible machine, made even more unique in being a LHD USDM version.
Being a Seven sponsored event (at least last Sunday), there was more than a few. Here an original Lotus Seven:
A Mog then BRAAAAPPED on in:
Followed by a classic Giugiaro 1970s' wedge:
Leaving with my bagels for breakfast back at home with the wife, I was chased by a pack of screaming red beasts (and a Wolseley):
With different cars every month, I wonder what the next time will hold? Neko.