Driving an old car for any distance can be a challenge. It’s not like hopping into a late model Camry with a cup of coffee and a bag of beef jerky and pointing that Toyota logo where you want to go. There’s aging parts, elevation changes, and comfort to consider.
What’s your best advice for a JNC road trip?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “How should Japanese carmakers honor their history?”
Like many of us hope, Robb and dankan suggested the best way for carmakers to honor their history is by making new cars that have the spirit of their past successes, rather than let heritage models languish. r100guy and nlpnt offered better museums, perhaps in partnership with existing ones. Crank_case demanded old parts, and I think we can all get behind that. al took a unique stance on virtual museum, possibly in Gran Turismo-like game. Dutch 1960 suggested it is we, the owners, who are responsible. The winner this week, however, was dbdr, for his reference to the Svalbard seed vault.
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!