Part of the fun in owning a JNC is researching it, how it came to be, some of its quirks, and so on. As a new series, we’d like to ask about some fun facts you’ve discovered. They could be on a JNC you own; or even just a fact about a JNC you thought was pretty neat.
For example, most people know that the Trueno and Levin names mean thunder and Lightning, but did you know that the J-spec Levin digital gauge cluster that was only available in Japan in kph has a hidden mph display that was never factory activated? So tell us:
What JNC fun facts do you know?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s in your JNC glove box right now?“
We asked last week to tell us what’s lurking in the deep, dark depths of your glove box. Many who responded has the typical insurance and registration paperwork. A surprising amount of JNCs had actual driving gloves just in case the moment strikes.
A few commenters had a selection of tools, napkins and owner’s manuals but Dillan takes the lead with not only sockets, flashlights, sunglasses etc., his FC RX-7 seems to be prepared for just about anything the road or track can throw at him — even a track pass!
Omedetou! Your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop.