This is a good example of the refinement needed to make a car perfect. It’s not about how many JDM accessories you can add and like we see here in australia it’s not about novelties.
Archive for the 'Japan' Category
Coming up in around a month is this years annual Skyline festival at Fuji speedway. Its a model specific version of the more famous Nismo festival and skyline lovers wet dream.
Japanese people can avoid hefty tax bills which are calculated on the car’s size and weight, the rules restrict engine size and also the width and length.
Toyota Automobile Museum is based in Nagoya, only a few Km’s from the centre of town. The results of an online search showed a lot of potential so we decided it was worth the trek.
Wold wide there’s arguments about what’s JDM or if certian mods are period correct or purely if a rig rides low enough. In Japan it partially flips the other way around.
Our hard drives are overflowing with content, folders of original photos and coverage from Japan, adding to that are wall papers, internet finds and local event coverage. There’s no excuse for limited posts here so we have decided that at minimum the TOR blog will get weekly love. If time permits we will throw in some extras between the larger features. Jump in the seat and belt up for some original low down content.
Small details add up quickly… Add a few yellow lenses, a front lip and a team sticker. Remove the grill and rearrange some badges. Then hide some horns for a bit of fun.
Australia, and most other countries receive only a small portion of the Japanese domestic line up. Manufacturers choose which models get exported as new and import rules determine what is economically safe to bring in.
When being low down is important you might as well do it properly. Mix in a nice shot of oni camber, a few cubes of ice, a drop of your favourite citrus juice and stir well.