It’s almost Thanksgiving in a crazy, tumultuous, and strange year. But if there’s one thing that can keep us sane, it’s our JNCs. Cars have no idea what ails the world. The friends we make, the experiences we have, and the places we go thanks to them can be a soothing salve when everything else in life is not so good. We continue to the thankful to you, our readers, for making the JNC life fun, for keeping the spirit of old Japanese cars alive, and for the friendships forged around the world, all resulting from an irrational love for hunks of old Japanese steel.
What JNC things are you thankful for this year?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s your favorite JNC fast food story?”
Apparently, the intersection of fast food and JNCs can run quite the gamut in terms of emotions. MWC shared a tale of infatuation, Land Cruisers, and Big Macs. j_tso received a stroke of random kindness at a Wendy’s in an RX-7. Lee L experienced that oh-so-familiar sinking heart feeling of old car mechanical failure in a Z31 just to get some 99-cent bacon cheeseburgers. However, the winner this week was Aaron Cake and his story of how he likely converted an entire Popeye’s franchise into rotor-heads: