It’s summer, and thus camping season for much of North America. And as we all know, JNCs have had their share of camper conversions. What’s the best one for hitting the highways and heading to the great outdoors?
What’s the best JNC camper conversion?
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 the best Japanese getaway car?”
The alarms are ringing, the Five-O is on their way, and the JNC crew is running from the bank with large duffle bags full of money (with which we will save every old slab of J-tin headed to the crusher). We approach the rendezvous point where the getaway car is waiting. What will it be?
Rainermaria had offered us a box-type Lancer GSR, but despite having real getaway cred these days it’s too rare, noticeable, and not quite fast enough to keep up with modern law enforcement steeds. Dickie and ImUrOBGYN tried to put us in an Accord or Camry V6, but we couldn’t risk running to the wrong identical car in a moment of frantic confusion. Lupus had suggested an all-wheel-drive, turbocharged rally machine for the street like a Legacy GT-B or Galant VR-4, but the trunks weren’t quite big enough for all the loot. Both MGamez and Jehsticles had the best option, a Nissan Stagea — basically a Skyline in wagon form — but the latter gave us the better sales pitch: