Car enthusiasts from entire Kanto region, and some from a lot further out have gathered to show off their rides and to meet their fellow petrol heads that they haven't seen from last year!
After all, a new near is a new beginning, so everybody is excited to get together and do things that they love best: check out all the cool rides about the lot.
Lancia Delta remains one of the fans' favorite in Japan and this example summarizes their passion.
They were joined by classics from Germany....
I was fascinated seeing these monsters from the 80's still being present today. The awkward Koenig wide body kit with deep dish BBS wheels wrapped in Pirelli 345/35/ZR15 tires look dated but are still pretty badass at the same.
But as much as I want to go on about German car history, the sounds of Lamborghini's V12 reminded what are we here for.
The super-car boys started to arrive, bringing some of the hottest rides this world has ever seen to the event
On the flip-side, this beautiful and rare Ferrari F40 had its fair share of upgrades such as custom titanium exhaust, Brembo brakes, intake, and inter-cooler, but the owner didn't touch the exterior, making this all-time classic a worthy competitor to modern super-cars, while keeping its museum looks.
..it could be clearly seen what made this meet truly unique and very Japanese. It was the clash of cultures that would be hard to imagine anywhere else.
And a number plate cover that sums it up well.
But of course it were the Skylines, virtually from all generations that made the impact.
The R32 GTR, which gave the brand its recognition, changed the face of racing, and gave the first embarrassment to German rivals.
Meanwhile R33 GTR, perhaps the most underrated of them all, pretty much defines the car culture of the 90's.
There were plenty of R34 owners, who should be proud of the fact that many fans of the brand claim that their GTR was the last "real" one,
but it never bothered the R35 owners, as they enjoy giving the exotics the run for their money.
I still find it amusing how not in such distant past there was a claim by Nissan that R35 was not to be modded. Today, locating a stock GTR was a challenge.
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