Does Sweden prefer the stock look or are there laws preventing modified cars? Regardless, there are some stunning examples. More Mazda RX4s in one field in Sweden then the whole of England, are they RX4 or 929?
Little surprised no Swedish girls in any of the pictures
No laws really, specially not on cars pre 1975. The problem here is that these cars are rare. Japanese cars did not sell in great numbers until late 80s in sweden, we bought Volvo
And then there is this thing called snow, and parts of sweden has a lot of it in the winter. Young boys like to drive sideways in snow with cheap rwd cars, and since japanese cars always have been really cheap, many jnc has died of salted winter roads, trees, poles, ditches. The few survivors left in great condition are often owned by older people who bought them along time ago, but there is a generation shift coming and the modified jnc scene is getting bigger.
But yes, mostly old men and original cars at that meeting