Filed under: JDM, Kyusha | Tags: Celica, Corolla, JDM, Kenmeri, Nissan, S30Z, Skyline, Toyota, Wagon
Nothing much going on. Did a little bit of work on the wagon but nothing groundbreaking. Been hanging out with the infamous BKH808. Here’s some random pictures that I like.
By the way, have you guys checked out High Top Fade? It’s a pretty amazing blog.
Patrick, the owner of the infamously liveried Kenmeri Skyline is updating his looks. BOSO STYLE! There are definitely not enough Boso’ed cars in the states, so I’m definitely looking forward to seeing this project finished!
Check out the vintage Dunlop slicks! I just got my hands on something spectacular, and let me say this… as far as wide tires go in 14 inch selection, there is not much. I would think more manufacturers would put product out for the old school muscle cars, but I guess not.
Filed under: JDM, Kyusha | Tags: 510, Bluebird, Corolla, Datsun, Fairlady, Goon, GT-R, Hakosuka, JDM, Kenmeri, Magazine, Nissan, S30Z
Picked all these up off of JNC for $60 shipped. Not bad considering if I can ever find any Japanese tuning mag here (usually Option, Drift Tengoku, or VIP Car), it’s $20+ for an old issue. Score!
Added bonus, in the Z car HyperRev, a page is signed by Steve Millen!
To whomever can find me the size and offset of the rear SSR’s on the Wood Village Z.
Pretty sure everybody has seen this Skyline from the Nostalgic2Days show.
What I just noticed is the vented carbon fiber fender goodness. Mmmmmmm…
Pics courtesy Ken&Mary Owners Club
Filed under: JDM, Kyusha, Random | Tags: Goon, Hakosuka, Nissan, Skyline, Wagon
Not only the toy Hako wagon, but THAT DRAWING IT’S ON! I love cutaway and schematic drawings. I’d love to have that blown up and framed right above my DSalni canvases.
Filed under: JDM, Kyusha | Tags: Datsun, Engine Swap, Fairlady, GT-R, Hakosuka, JDM, Kenmeri, Nissan, OS Giken, S30Z, TC-24
I was browsing the JNC project Hako build thread and the age old discussion came up about the unicorn of all parts… the OS Giken TC-24 dual cam head. There was a lot of heresy stemming from last years SEMA show, when OS Giken had their crown jewel on display. Rumors of the head being remade and to be offered for $30,000 have been floating around since then. The rumors are true… and it gets even wilder.
Kev from JNC spoke to an Aussie OS-Giken distributer who confirmed that as of now, six heads cast in the 80’s have been set aside and all have been spoken for. One for a lucky Australian Z car nut, five slated to be delivered to U.S. enthusiasts, and a final head for OS Giken’s demo car. More heads are planned for casting with a current price tag of just under $42,000. OS Giken is also planning to sell a 3.2 liter crate motor complete with IRTBs and a header for a mind-boggling $90,000! 400HP at 11,000 RPMs? Yes please!
By the way, what’s the going rate for one’s kidney nowadays?