It’s 2022, which means that America’s 25 year rule now applies to cars from 1997. That opens the doors to a new slate of once-forbidden machines. Let’s say money and rarity are not factors. The imagination swirls with visions of something sporty like a Tommykaira ZZ or EK9 Honda Civic Type R. Or, you can go ultra-luxe with a V12 Toyota Century or 2JZ-powered Toyota Aristo V300. Maybe you just want something unique, like a Toyota Caldina 2.0GT-T.
What car from 1997 do you want to import?
The best comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s your automotive New Year’s resolution for 2022?”
We think Taylor C.‘s resolution to teach his wife how to drive a manual transmission car is an honorable one. Likewise, Lee L.‘s vow to clean his garage reminds us how valuable an uncluttered workspace is. Marwin and Banpei both have small fleets they need to mobilize. However, we can’t get over the fact that our random choice of a Subaru 360 as a project car image from last week’s post is the exact sign from the JNC gods Ian N. needs to get his Young SS on the road:
Well after receiving the notification email for “What’s your automotive New Year’s resolution for 2022”, I click on the link to tell all that I intend to finally get my Subaru Young SS on the road after owning it for 41 years…. and what am i greeted by? A photo of a Subaru 360!
It must be a sign from the heavens! Bodes well for my chances……
Thanks JNC – and I do hope that whoever’s car that is gets theirs restored too!
(I’ll have to work out how to make a large mask for when she finally hits the road……..)
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!