Last week our intrepid editor Ben Hsu was invited to the Petersen Museum‘s CarStories podcast. The topic was classic Japanese cars in general. The producers thought it would be a good followup to the landmark auctions at the Monterey Historics.
Recent guests have included Wayne Carini, Bruce Canepa, Adam Carolla, the founder of Singer Porsches, Indy driver Ed Carpenter and Sir Jackie effing Stewart, but please listen to his episode anyway despite a significant downturn in guest quality. You can subscribe to CarStories on iTunes as well.
Incidentally, the photos above are from the Petersen’s current exhibit on the world’s greatest sport coupes. Though the Acura NSX is the only Japanese machine to make a physical presence, note the car in the poster on the upper right of the lead photo.