QotW: Which JNC introduced in 1993 is your favorite classic of 2018?

It’s hard to believe, but the year that gave us President Bill Clinton, Jurassic Park, and Beanie Babies is now 25 years in the rear view mirror. 1993 was a seminal year, quite possibly the peak of the Bubble Era cars, as technology developed during boom times reached market. As such, a new round of Nihon steel is now eligible for historic plates, classic car insurance, and import from Japan.

Which JNC introduced in 1993 is your favorite classic of 2018?

The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “Has your JNC ever gotten you in trouble with the law?” 

We enjoyed Benjamin Ramos‘ escape from ticket by pop-up headlight, got a kick out of Negishi no Keibajo‘s parents speeding across east Texas in a 240Z, and imagined what king of smooth talk Keith Measures must’ve employed to get out of his tickets. However, we most dug Geoff‘s story about getting off with a warning thanks to his honesty.

I was driving back from the MSA west coast nationals in ’07 in my Z, and was headed up I-17 through Coconinos National Forest towards Flagstaff and I-40 when I happened across a relatively new Porsche 911 turbo.

We played in the mountains on I-17 for about 20 miles before he got off to go his own way, and on the very next corner, an Arizona highway patrolman was cruising South.

I knew he had me dead to rights, as I was going about 90, so I pulled over and waited for him to turn around.

Because I had shown that simple courtesy, I got off with a warning, but I did neglect to tell him at the time that it was lucky he wasn’t around about 5 minutes before when I was going about 120.

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