GOTHAM DRIFT: Mitsuoka Le Seyde, sideways18-11-2012 3:04 am
You know you want to see more of the Kawashima Celica.85 Comments
A Comfort? Yes, read on…11 Comments
Touch Babaloiuie’s Hakosuka, and you’ll find out the real reason a dead blow hammer gets its name.12 Comments
Originally modified by Daigo Saito as a street car, this stock V8-powered orange pearl Soarer now belongs to Mr S*****.21 Comments
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.15 Comments
Here’s a nice-looking and driftable Roadster that doesn’t involve steel wheels, poke and unusuable camber.
Team Spirant member Nakasaka’s NB.24 Comments
This KP61 Starlet in action at Nikko Circuit belongs to the oldest of the three Tec Arts workshop Kamata brothers, Shunichi.
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.22 Comments