The 15th annual sapanese Classic Car Show is this Saturday, September 21. For many, it has been the one place in America where you can see the vast range of Japanese cars all in one spot. There is always something new to see, and where many people debut long-awaited projects that have never been seen. Whether is the most carefully preserved Mazda RX-4 wagon, a 100-point restoration Subaru 360, a bosozoku Toyota Mark II imported directly from Fukuoka, or a classic Datsun skin with the running gear of a 600-horsepower Nissan powertrain, there is something for everyone. But if you had an unlimited budget:
What’s your ultimate JCCS build?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What kind of JNC stuff can you find for a baby?”
Our winner last week provided a very punny answer to the question. A very specific 2+2 Z is a creative and grin-inducing answer, even though it’s not something we could easily buy (like the awesome Z pajamas suggested by Tofu Delivery, which also happen to have a 2+2 Z on them!). Still, we have to give it to John Moran, who said:
It is a 2+2, which might be the bane of the sports car enthusiast, but starts to enter the conversation at the new parent BBQ.
It came in 305 light blue metallic, aka baby blue.
It has a rattle, actually a few.
It has keys to play with.
It has dim headlights that are good for a nightlight.
The worn out suspension makes a fun bouncer.
You can play guess that smell – the car or the baby.
And with a quick trip around the block (and maybe the fumes), they will be out like a light.
Omedetou! Your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop.