JCCS X Yokohama X Enkei Contest

Have you registered for the Japanese Classic Car Show yet? There’s less than a month till the biggest gathering of nostalgic autos in the US! And this year, the JCCS crew is teaming up with Enkei Wheels and Yokohama Tire to offer a free set of vintage barrels and the new shoes to go along with them. Like we said, there are new old school wheels coming down the line for us old schoolers. Go to the JCCS contest page for details. Also, if you have an old school car (up to 1989) that Enkei can use to shoot their new re-issued old school wheels (right now, the samples are 15×7 & 15×8 4×100 +25), please let us know!

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12 Responses to JCCS X Yokohama X Enkei Contest

  1. E-AT_me says:

    oh man.. you cali people have it easy. hahaa.

  2. Jimbob_racing says:

    That’s what I was just thinking. To only be a few thousand miles closer.

  3. TE72_Sunny says:

    That is one show I wouldn’t mind taking a 4-5hr flight for.

  4. Kev says:

    Yay for Enkei and Yokohama tires! It’s great to see the nostalgic community supported with contests (and products) like this. Long may it continue.

  5. J.A.C.K says:

    i appreciate that they are trying to show support to the nostalgic community…too bad the rims are going to be weak offsets and 4×100 bolt pattern 🙁

  6. DiscoQuinn says:

    Seems like a Honda only contest.

  7. kingtoy says:

    Does anyone have an idea on what models of wheels they plan to release?

  8. 73RX says:

    does it say that the car needs to be running???

    • Ben says:

      73RX: It doesn’t say the car has to run. Might as well send them a pic. What have you got to lose?

      Kingtoy: Yes, but we are not at liberty to say.

  9. Ryan says:

    That is one show I wouldn’t mind taking a 18-20hr flight for!

  10. GEN2TWINCAM says:

    Wooo Hooo!

    I’m just excited to see a 2nd Gen Civic get some press! I’d love to have a full size poster of that promo!

  11. qdseeker says:

    Ben: It does say that your car has to be registered in the JCCS to enter, though.

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