Not only hard tuned cars were present on the Wangan Warriors meeting, but also a lot of oldskool cars from the 80s and early 90s.
I already posted the decals of this original Suzuki Swift GTi before, but here it is in full glory:
As said in the first impressions posting: it was misty…
To give you an impression, it was this misty:
On the positive side it could theoretically be beneficial for taking photos at a smaller diaphragm without losing the depth of field. Unfortunately mist also means there is less light, so I had great difficulty to go higher than 5.6 on one of my lenses…
Bombs, bombs and more bombs… WW10 was almost fully covered in stickerbombed cars. Last years latest trend is definitely going strong now!
First of all this Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R wing intrigued me:
Yes, that’s what happens if you use cheap stickers to bomb your GT-R wing. 😉
Another J-tin destruction mix video by 44magnumM29 and this time most definitely not for the fain hearted: in the first half minute a blue hakosuka Skyline is bumpercar-ed into scrap metal. Don’t worry: it is only a short nosed four door GC10. 😉
Also watch out for several Toyota Centuries and kujira Crowns to be blown up!
And a bonus question: can anyone guess the car featured from 1:04 till 1:40?
First impressions are always worth most since they describe the Wangan Warriors meeting in one sentence. In this case I’d say my first impression would be that the meeting was mystifying! And yes, that is also a pun to the weather. 😉
No really it was definitely worth going! Spoke to a lot of people and seen a lot of nice cars!
Stay tuned for several features in the upcoming days.