So we’d seen Suzuka motorland, suzuka twin curcit and the suzuka international circuit and it was only around 4 in the arvo so we headed back to Osaka and rolled into the famous workshop TRIAL.
They had a few rad cars there including some evo’s, a mean Z31 fairlady, the R33 GTR wagon shown at auto salon a few years back and even a A80 supra from the GT300 racing series running a mean looking 3SGTE
This R33 is one strange creature. Im undecided if I like it or not but its cool none the less… although I’ve seen a C33 using the rear of a Camary wagon to make a laurel wagon, suits it much more than this.
This flat bed was amazing to watch, completely came off, lowers to the ground, car drives on… win!
Next we headed out to upgarage. If you go on a k-tour they have the ability to send bigger items via. Container so no going to upgarage and seeing all the parts you want but not purchacing because you cant get the home.
A typical gaijin shot out the front of upgarage
Wheel selection… maybe not many of my style of wheels (80’s an d smaller than 15” dia) but heaps of cool wheels none the less
So many springs and in every rate you can think of!
There were a few other places we hit after that, although I didn’t get pics of Phoenix SPL or Autobacs. Also if you look at one of my earlier posts of garage jensis ~ rubber soul GTR work shop and the famous revolver tuning garage for ae86 parts is also not far away.
Anyway… if you want to see the Motoring side of japan or go for a slide without the hassle of buying your own car hit up Drift kansi and K-tours Osaka. Theres plenty to see and well worth the price of the tour, if your interested have a look at there sites. Links in the web site section on the side bar.
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