Imagine, heading out to the local dealership to find your new chariot. Sure, you can take a look around the lot, but you’ve got a lot to think about, and many makes to check out. You grab a brochure to thumb through later to help your decision. Are you swayed by the beauty in the swimsuit enticing you to join the party by buying a Mitsubishi Minicab? Or the promise of a neon nightlife with the Daihatsu Mira TR? Maybe unleashing the inner wild monster with an Isuzu Amigo?
What JNC brochure had the most exciting lifestyle promise?
What say you, dear reader? As always, the most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s your most creative automotive storage solution?“
Having a JNC is not only about the car itself but the bevy of spare parts (just in case), rare parts and in the case of mervins81, spare project cars! Having friends that can hold a few parts or spare some garage space are friends indeed. But to have to shuffle them around constantly takes dedication! We can only imagine the coordination it must take to move cars around to avoid the dreaded parking ticket on sweeper day. A true labor of love this was!
Friends a lot of friends! fj55, 2 jet skis and 89 Toyota truck with 1j take up space in my garage and driveway. as for my ae86 that gets moved around the street. then i have a friend that stores my 89 Cressida with 1uz still need wiring. then i have a customer/ friend that lets me park the aw11 there. then theirs my mechanic that lets me park a parts car supra with the horrible 7mgte. then there Mondays street sweeper day. All of the drivable cars get moved over to the Mcdonald’s early around 5am so to no get 60 dollar street sweeper tickets. oh then there is my dads old Pontiac sedan that we shoved in the rear corner of our shop.
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!