Having a huge warehouse of JNCs would be a dream, we can all agree. More realistically, though, our garages are restricted to just a couple of parking spaces if we’re lucky. If you were limited to just these spaces, and the cars had to be functional for your life, family usage, and so on (I would not recommend just tossing in two 2000GTs and calling it a day), how would you choose? Get creative, and find those JNCs that would make your motoring needs complete.
Which JNCs would live in your ideal 2-car garage?
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 video game car?“
Like you, many of us has spent countless hours in front of a television, pressing down on a plastic controller until our thumbs are in pain, trying to squeeze that one last tenth of a second out of a lap. Lupus‘ memory of the Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo was perhaps better than that of the real car. Banpei learned valuable lessons about car setup from an AE86 in Sega GT. Dillan diligently spent his hours whittling down his lap time at Tsukuba Circuit in the Castrol JGTC Supra. Ant loved the absurdity of a Daihatsu Midget II in the Gran Turismo series. And Frank got to drive his unobtainium dream car in Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 5. However, the winner this week is Mr Bill, whose experience with an in-game car influenced his real-life driving.
The ’94 Nissan Skyline GT-R V – Spec II with the red Impul livery racing modification was my go-to in the original Gran Turismo and allowed me to destroy my brothers, my neighbors, and anyone else who dared to line up with me on the starting grid.
This car launched a life-long love for all things Nissan/Datsun. It’s why I always raced with Skylines and Silvias in the Gran Turismo series, sought after the Fairladys in Tokyo Xtreme Racer, and why I’ve owned and modified no less than 6 Nissans in my 22 years of car ownership, and why I have a ’75 280z in my garage awaiting a full compliment of loving upgrades.
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