Last weekend’s Mooneyes All Odds show was a chance to see some interesting Japanese domestic models that have almost disappeared from roads in Japan. This meet-up was all about rare and unusual JDM rides, and there were a few great examples of models that I had never seen before in real life. …And speaking of meet-ups, keep an eye out for our report on Hellaflush Japan coming soon!
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Dropped by Mobara Twin Circuit just long enough to catch a few practice rounds of the D1 Street Legal Central Division event. How about a quick look?
We’re back with Part II of our HachiRock 2011 coverage, celebrating what many feel is one of Japan’s most legendary automobiles. Hachi-roku (and hachi-go!) owners, joined by their families and friends, came from all over Japan to share their side of AE86 life. Continue reading
One of Japan’s largest gatherings of eight-five and eight-six owners took place this week in the hills near Tokyo. It was amazing to see such a huge variety of cars come out of the woodwork, turning up by the hundreds.
Brook and Jayden Millers Mk2 Golf has become pretty well known in New Zealand and even internationally, though not to the same extent as in NZ. Earlier this year I shot these images, but never released them, it seems like time. They go hand in hand with the video I produced of the car.