Yellow Zeds sure do look good.
Datsun Sunny coupe.
Those big railway sleeper front air dams work well on these cars for some reason.
This RS-X was featured on the cover of the most recent issue of “Hachimaru Hero” magazine, “hachimaru” meaning “80s”.
There were a surprising number of Toyota 2000GTs at the show. These two were for sale, but with “ASK” written on the placard. The usual “if you have to ask, it’s too much”, I suppose.
A Cosmo is a slightly cheaper option, and looks just as unique as any other classic. Has anyone else seen that old advertisement for the Cosmo that showed a girl’s skirt blowing up as the car drove past?
Get your Crown on with this 1961 Delux.
This RB26 2000GT was on display at the recent Tokyo Auto Salon.
CORRECTION: As Neil pointed out in the comments, and as should be made painfully obvious by the shape of the windows, this is actually a Fairlady. That’s what I get for only actually looking at the car for a few seconds!
Any guesses about the car on the right?
Last chance. The door should make it obvious.
Roadstar Garage convert Mazda’s little convertible into 2000GT replicas.
Paint it white, and you have a James Bond replica, sort of.
The biggest group exhibit was Car Shop Friend’s Leopard owners group.
While it’s not a classic just yet, it does have that whole late ’80s thing, especially in fawn pearl.
Where’s your embroidered club jackets then?
Part III tomorrow.
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