VIDEO: No big deal, just a couple of 2JZ Toyota 2000GTs driving around

You know Rocky Auto, the famous Japanese tuner known for his radical takes on classic Nihon steel. When it came time to build his ultimate creation, a 2JZ-powered Toyota 2000GT, however, the originals were too rare and valuable to modify. So founder Yoshiya “Rocky-san” Watanabe hand built some 2000GTs from scratch

Behold, the Rocky Auto 3000GT, which looks like a 2000GT but is powered by a one of the world’s strongest engines, the Toyota 3.0-liter 2JZ found in the Supra and many Lexus cars. In this showcase video, the cars — including a convertible version like the one in You Only Live Twice — take to the streets of Nagoya. Accompanied by the dulcet tones of Gran Turismo loading screen smooth jazz, it’s a sight to behold.

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2 Responses to VIDEO: No big deal, just a couple of 2JZ Toyota 2000GTs driving around

  1. Toepfer said:

    Also in hybrid apparently.

    I just want to know how much for a 3000GT and can I have one in America, or do I need to keep it in a garage in Japan. 🙁

  2. MikeRL411 said:

    Yeah but, the convertible does not come with Kissy Suzuki !

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