Skyline Festival – From Prince to C210

Nostalgic cars and a super iconic track is an almost unbeatable combination. The Skyline Festival is full of awesome rigs from showroom floor restorations to race replicas.


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I spent most of the time in the pits until the older generations hit the track. While I was there I attempted to chat to the owners. Sorry, My Japanese is very limited.

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Some parts are too valueable to be used on track, the trust in Japan is amazing, in Australia a mint grill like this would disappear in no time!


I had a laugh with this group of C110 and C10 owners trying to explain my love for classic Skylines and how much I appreciated their cars. And to show their gratitude (and probably to get me to move on) they gave me an Asahi which was great on a humid day. Thanks Hiroshi and friends 🙂


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