The Joy Pop is one of the K-Tours Osaka transport vehicles. It is surprisingly fast with its ability to weave through traffic and holding 100km/hr+ around any of the wangan bends. It made it’s debut last year when it was transformed over a few days.
Continue reading ‘Joypop’
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.
Continue reading ‘Small but not Kei?’
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.
Continue reading ‘TAM – A 3D History’
This Alto works has taken the term Oni-Kyan ‘demon camber’ to the next level. Continue reading ‘Beyond Demon.’
Continue reading ‘YanSha L700 Mira’s’
Continue reading ‘Step’n up in life.’
Continue reading ‘Oh Kei low down.’
Continue reading ‘young man racing’
On a site seeing trip around Kyoto we spotted this Carry, I jumped off the bus to later meet up with the rest of your crew.
Continue reading ‘Low Down Carry’
So ive been a quite slack in posting the last few months, its been almost 3 months since I got back from Japan. A million Drift/work/study comments so ive taken my time in posting these.
Continue reading ‘FF Drift @ Ebisu Spring Matsuri’
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