16-06-2011 1:28 am
You know how some unpopular cars can become popular over time? A Civic Type-R might have once been the thing to be seen in, but now a Civic Wagovan now ironically seems to have more cred to it?
There’s a phrase for it in Japan.
Minor car tuning.
14-06-2011 1:39 am
Here’s a nice-looking and driftable Roadster that doesn’t involve steel wheels, poke and unusuable camber.
Team Spirant member Nakasaka’s NB.
10-06-2011 3:54 am
This KP61 Starlet in action at Nikko Circuit belongs to the oldest of the three Tec Arts workshop Kamata brothers, Shunichi.
09-06-2011 4:34 am
What are the things that come to mind when you think of the Bee☆R workshop? Skyline, Nissan and GT-R are probably the first three, so the owner of this car may come as a surprise.
13-07-2010 9:27 pm
Occasionally, you will see a car that makes drop to your knees and say: “I want that. I really really want that.”
This GT-R is that kind of car.
08-04-2010 3:40 pm
I received a call from Free Craft’s Tanaka-san last week saying that he had just finished the exterior of a new drift car he was working on. He wanted some photos of it “before the bodywork gets all destroyed”.
01-03-2010 12:01 am
Despite the other more expensive and faster machinery sitting around Type One, this little Civic caught the eyes of quite a few in our group.
Honda people are going to have to forgive me if this is a particularly famous car, because I have no idea.
Otherwise, just enjoy the pics.
02-02-2010 3:47 pm
I’m mainly putting this in its own post because as an Australian and a former rotary owner, I find this car absolutely hilarious.
It’s a Mazda Roadpacer AP, which is Mazda Japan’s version of one of the most Australian cars there is, the Holden HJ Premier.
The funny thing is, if you tried putting a rotary in a Holden in Australia, you’d probably receive horrible death threats at best.
16-01-2010 4:01 am
I don’t know if I should be saying that my favourite car at the Autosalon is from the 70s, but it just is.
13-08-2009 4:00 pm
Records are made to be broken.
Behold, the breaker.