It seems like I can never fully finish posting coverage of a show before it’s considered old news. I guess with Motion going on today, I’d better hurry up and post the last installment of my Nisei coverage. So let’s get started with this famous ATS built hatchback.
C-h-e-c-k. Check. OK, my keyboard still works. Holy shit I’m tired. Two nights before Nisei I was stuck at work for 23 hours straight. Yeah that’s right, 23. I never fully recovered, so on the morning of the show I was hating my life. I remember a fairly large line when gates opened last year, so this year I showed up pretty early and to my surprise come 11 o’clock, there was only about 15 people behind me. I guess it must have picked up throughout the day though because people were saying the turnout was good. I had stuff to do in Westwood a little past 1 o’clock so I figured I had around 2 hours to take care of business; Wakayama Ramen lunch included. Click past the break for part one of however many Nisei posts I feel like making out of the 400 pictures I took.
As you can imagine, summer days in Los Angeles can get pretty hot; and the day of the 10th annual Nisei week car show was no exception. I have to say I was pretty surprised when I heard the announcement that this show would make it to it’s 10th year. In 2009 it had been slated off due to real estate issues, and development was supposed to start on the old parking lot the show takes place on. However, the car gods once again blessed us with one more year of show stopping, automotive eye candy.