Tag Archives: longchamps

Ye Olde Zokusha from the United Kingdom

Well it was only a matter of time. The cultural reach of the zokusha has extended to jolly old England. We saw a banzai flagged Lada last year, but never in our wildest dreams did we expect a turaichi shakotan … Continue reading


Bosozoku Toyota 2000GT answers the question no one asked

The Toyota 2000GT was a little too early for the golden age of the Fuji GC series, and for that we are thankful. But in an alternate universe here’s what a gurachan MF10 might look like.


EVENTS: 2011 Japanese Classic Car Show Part 03, Street Style

Welcome to Part 03 of our 2011 JCCS coverage, where we look at tastefully modified cars that are more about clean lines and nostalgic style rather than going fast (although some clearly can). Let’s jump right in with a shot … Continue reading


Kidney, Anyone? 1983 Nissan Skyline 2000 Turbo RS-X 50th Anniversary Edition

Get your ¥400 toll charge ready because it’s time to get on the Shuto. This week’s temptation in black market organ trading is a 1983 Nissan Skyline RS-X Turbo. But wait, there’s more. This two-tone beauty a isn’t just a regular … Continue reading


EVENTS: Mooneyes Mania Cruise

Every couple of months our friends at Mooneyes holds an informal gathering near their HQ in Yokohama called the Mania Cruise. The great part about these shows is that you get to see oddball machines that tend to get crowded … Continue reading


Events: Nos2Days 2011, Part 02

Nos2Days is a two-day event held by Geibunsha, publishers of the awesome Nostalgic Hero magazine. Cars on display can come from any number of places — individual owners, restoration shops, aftermarket tuners, specialty car dealers, and Nostalgic Hero covers, spanning … Continue reading


Sick Sigma

We’re not sure where we got this photo from (most likely Minkara Carview), but this triple diamond is one sick Sigma. We definitely don’t post enough slammed Mitsubishis on ‘champs.


Performance Parts Prices, Circa 1995

Bottom right corner. Brand new 11J-15 for ¥33,600, or $357. And this was during the height of the boom years, at the time the worst exchange rate in history.