Cool ZZ30 Soarer that I spotted on the top floor of the expressway service station in Osaka where a massive meet was being held on a Saturday night.Read More
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After catching a train and a taxi (which featured a very confused taxi driver) to the Osaka meet at an expressway service station, I quickly realised that the sheer quantity and quality of cars meant that there was little chance of me being able to tear myself away in time […]Read More
I’m a huge fan of taking an otherwise plain and boring Japanese family saloon car, decking it on some coilovers and bolting on the widest and most aggressive fitting wheels you can find. It sounds like a simple recipe but the reality is that it takes a lot more work […]Read More
If you didn’t catch Part 1 of my Osaka Street Meet photos, check them out here. If you did, check out Part 2 of my photos below!Read More
Having been more than a little gutted that we arrived in Yokohama the day after All That Low’s gigantic meet held at Daikoku Futo, I was determined to get myself to another meet at some point during the rest of our Japan trip. Two trains, some poor Japanese from myself […]Read More
While Osaka Auto Messe was predominantly taken over by VIP and Kei style cars, one of the exhibition halls was reserved for the old skool – the companies that built the foundations of the Japanese modified car industry with their latest creations on display. The URAS stand was tucked away […]Read More
I’ll cut straight to the chase: car shows in the UK are boring. Sure, there’s usually a decent amount of cool cars to look at but very rarely do you see anything truly groundbreaking, jaw-dropping and mind-blowing. Everything is on the safe side; everything is middle of the road and […]Read More