A short time later, a crew of some other tuners showed up. One car was especially nice, a Z32 Fairlady. There was also an S13 coupe with bolt on overfenders, but under the hood was pretty nasty looking.
There were a couple JZX 100 Mark II, a Celsior and something else. Some nice, some not so nice.
Then we found something cool – Just on the other side of the parking area we found some rare automotive history. One Mazda Cosmo AP, an S30 Fairlady G-nose, a second-generation Celica Supra and an old school Toyota Carina. Mmmmmmm…..
It started getting late and it was about time to head for home. So, myself and Danny in the GT-R, Tim and Tetsuya in the Fuga, Mint and Minoru in the Aristo head down into the 10km long tunnel back into Tokyo. Mint was hanging out the window of Minoru’s car snapping some photos of my GT-R going tunnel.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my little slice of the car scene here in Japan – Until next time, sayanora, and drive safely!
Neal Hartman (Gold Digger) is NICOclub’s Skyline Moderator.