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.
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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.
One of the many random spots discovered from late night aimless wandering was DMC – Dootech Motor Care. My attention was initially gained from a partly disassembled Ferrari receiving some repairs. European supercars don’t get my taste buds tingling but for a shop to be trusted with such a repair it implies there is something special about their standards. Check the shelves in the back of the workshop.
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.
This pair may be recognisable to those who have seen coverage of the recent Nagoya exciting car showdown. Exhibited with the new Work CR-01 wheels you might of skimed over the cars but take a closer look and you will see that there’s alot more them then just a set of Deep Rim 15’s