YOU WISH: Garage SunRiseDecember 18, 2008 12:30 am
Tetsuya Hibino’s character on D1 videos might be one of a rude, slang-talking tough guy, but in reality he’s anything but hard to talk to. That is, if you can understand his rapidfire “ittara” Nagoya accent and can keep up with his dictionary-like knowlege of the Toyota AE86 and how to drift it.
Let me read your mind: “I wish my garage looked like that.”
Just in case it wasn’t obvious enough in the first picture, this is the famous “jumping car” from 2004 Ebisu D1 Grand Prix that came second to Nomuken’s Blitz works R34 GT-t after a couple of re-runs.
The duct tape reads “TRD five speed”, “TRD five speed, third gear broken” and “TRD five speed maybe”.
Supplies of Dunlop Direzza tyres for Hibino’s SR20-powered D1 car.
Tags: AE86, Levin, SunRise, Tetsuya Hibino, Toyota
Categorised in: Workshops ワークショップ
This post was written by Alexi
Fucking badass, got some pictures from today at Muryamas track day?
Did he take his wifes S14 or his D1 car this time?
Poor guy has had so much bad luck, bloody brazilians stealing his D1SL 180sx!!!
I wouldnt mind that garage, cluttered, but cool! And full of nice bits 🙂
thx 4 a great blog btw.
FINALLY !!! love the article man !! great job!! prime example of a real 86 guy ..tons of extra parts and a beat up 86! Dropout racing Hibino style AE86!
btw love the hangings of his old 2001 spec car in his garage ! rear panel,quarter,door and old aero ! props to you again for the article !
awesome toe socks
looks like there is probably at least ONE full ae86 exterior on the walls.
Hibino is pretty rad.. Nice DA sticker BRO!
His choice of footwear however is mega nerd…. Nice dyke sandals dude!
great write up. Glad to see Hibino still has his N/A corolla! Was waiting for this ever since you gave us that “teaser”
diggin these workshop posts
Holy garage full of history, so much cool stuff in a few of these photos! Top feature.
i got so much luv for that car
Rad… you read my mind over the internet.
He actually asked me if you could buy these in Australia. I didn’t have the heart to say “not unless they were in rainbow colours for little girls”.
Tough guys wear toe socks. You heard it here first.
Also, unlike many other Japanese workshops, he keeps the shop’s office a shoe-free zone, which explains the choice of footwear.
hibino is definitely one of the top d1 drifters there is ive seen an interview on a dvd i cnt remember the name of lol he was very down to earth and seemed like a great guy to kick it with as you said so unlike his drift “character”
heres another example of hibino getting airborne to this time at the awesome meihan
The workshop definitely has a lot of character.
I really like how everything is on “display” it looks so cool.
The car looks hard as hell too. Lovely.
Hibino looks like a 90s California surfer bro; Japanese spec.
sick 86! great post.
Great guy if u ever meet him very smart
Lol…. and he’s speaks very fast so I barely kept up but easy going…
so cool, his car is awesome, i want my gaurds like that on my ke 😛 need some wider wheels though.
Alexi are you able to get stickers? id love some mercury / sunrise ones.
is that..a tie wrap? lol slacker 😛
Гараж просто супер!!!Я-бы не отказался тут поработать!!!!
Iv been coming back here from time to time since you posted this 2 year ago but i just noticed i never commented. Leaving one for appreciation alone! Thank you!
RISKY & DROPOUT took hyper style to a new level