. Hey guys, sorry about the lack of updates. I’ve been in Vegas the past couple days with the love of my life…losing all my money. Anyway, I’ll kick off the next combo of updates […]
. These guys were racing…seriously. The bus was pulling on him. Ha, I like how laid back both drivers look. Taken somewhere in Yokohama. Anyone know what front bumper that is?! .
In the same lot that I spotted the FD I posted last week was this completely stock R34. I can’t even remember the last time I saw one of these without any modification. Looking at it from the side, it looks a little too tall for my tastes – but how perfect would this thing be if it were lowered just a bit? I got a few more shots past the break.
I recently visited the ASM showroom in Yokohama to snag some shots for a ‘Locale’ post, and happened across this orange highlighted AP1 sitting out front. Simple, but tastefully modified with a choice of ASM parts; tow hook, vented hood, Recaro’s (of course), rear wing and wheels. The white body makes the orange painted parts stand out even more, and although not my style, doesn’t look too bad. At least it’s not way overdone. Click past the break for a few more.
OK, so I didn’t realize just how many photos that I have to sift through and edit. I ended up taking close to 20 Gigs this last trip, and I’ve just arrived at my apartment to start sorting them. I would have had some coverage up sooner, but the last part of my vacation was spent with family. So while I get some posts of TAS together, I’ll let you munch of this for a little while. We spotted this March walking back from Autobacs. It was actually at a Nissan dealership; maybe the owner works there. It had some tasteful mods, which is fairly common for these kei cars, but since we don’t have these in the states, thought I’d grab some shots. Click past the break for more.
. 1680x This was a pretty popular post, topping nearly 1,000 views, so I decided it would be fitting for a desktop post. Here’s a 1680x shot for your viewing pleasure. . .
The JDM Clips/NDF collaboration delivers the goods once again with this feature on the legendary Amuse S2000 GT1. This car is one of the greatest tuning achievements of Mr. Hideki Tanabe’s lifetime, and for good reason. It’s looks are not only unforgettable, but it’s mechanical prowess has been proven on both street and track. The insanely wide body kit brings order to chaos and gives the car the aerodynamic performance close to that of a full race car. Click past the break to check out the car in more detail.
Japanese mega tuner Power House Amuse was on site at Super Autobacs Yokohama recently to demo their new aero kit for the Z34; the Vestito. Lucky for us, Taka was there as well to capture it all. Amuse has long been producing unique and aggressive aero kits for a variety of chassis. This is their latest offering for the Z platform; preceded by the Superleggera kit for the Z33 chassis. I believe Amuse took a less domineering approach to this kit, and put more emphasis on flowing lines and function; and flat out on the track the Vestito proves that it does more than just look good. Click past the break for more display shots.
When you’re on the observation floor of the Landmark Tower you are treated to four different viewing angles. The view from these shots overlooks Sakuragicho Station, and shoots off towards Kannai and Ofuna. I thought these two night and day shots of similar views would make for cool desktops. Click past the break for other sizes. Enjoy!
I stumbled upon this lonely Skyline during a walk one morning. The hotel we had been staying out was very close to Sakuragicho Station, which is in the みなとみらい21 (Minato Mirai) area; a large urban development by the water. This place is famous for many things, including Japan’s former largest building the Landmark Tower. This morning we were walking along the Red Brick Warehouse and saw this guy sitting all by itself in a parking lot.
. Near Yokohama Station there is a cool little plaza where kid’s hang out at night. It’s in front of a department store called Vivre, and across the street from Bic Camera. Usually, parked in […]