HACHIROKU DAY 2010: Hachido Rokubu Kanari Juushou at Fuji Speedway, Part IIIJune 7, 2011 2:32 pm
Part III, with the weird, busted and cool!
That’s a barbecue grille. Most circuits here require the driver’s window to either be shut or netted, and I guess this was the cheapest option.
That’s an RC drift wheel replacing the headlight switch knob.
These two custom scarified melons were given away as prizes at the end of the day. It’s a little bit hard to see, but this one says “hachi” in katakana…
…and this one says “roku”.Tags: AE86, Corolla, Fuji Speedway, Hachido Rokubu Kanari Juushou, Levin, Sprinter, Toyota, Trueno
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Wow, the first hachis are TOUGH!
What crew is that???
@ 15th picture
Man, that seat has had it! “it’s still good, it’s still good!”
These cars have so much character.
E’sFactoryAE86: That’s team D-Magic Racing. I LOVE their hachi’s! So tough. Loving the use of the duckbill lip too. I’ve been planning on doing to same to my hachi
I’m definitely doing the RC wheel thing…
the 2nd and 3rd cars in picture 3 should trade bumpers lol
I love how theres “car 502” wrote in french on the first car!
Maybe it’s just me, but I swear that the Levins in pictures 2-4 have rusted hoods….
Oh lawd, haha.
simply epic … i wish we had so much Hachiroku’s here in Québec, Canada… to me, its the best FR Basic Sport Car and a nice classic
damn thes cars are so nice! f**k of car wash every day this is what it is!
Alexi, any more info on the white/brown levin coupe on the 4th pic down?
whats those full dish wheels in pic 13 with the like plus sign in the middle?