March 28, 2013 in carina sightings
A few weeks ago I saw several photographs of the N-Style Carina AA63 by AUTOnGRAPHIC and these two are my favorites:
Photos like these are great inspiration for me and I can’t wait till the next autoshow to try out some new ideas I get from them.
Especially this one intrigues me: picture on the next page
March 4, 2013 in carina sightings
My heart skipped a beat when I saw this beautiful yellow Carina GT AA63 for sale on Auctions Yahoo:
It looked so perfect, immaculate and I just wished I had the money to buy it and ship it to the other side of this planet. But this picture gets even better if you squint your eyes!
So when I translated the auction it stated this at the bottom:
Please stop the questions in English. We will not ship internationally, thank you.
Normally that is not a real problem if you use a man-in-the-middle like Hayatonka, so actually you can still consider it for sale!
Anyway, the strange thing about this car is that it is actually a late GT: more pictures on the next page!
November 21, 2012 in carina sightings
Thanks to GRED for the excellent tip on Team Zlay as the owner of this Mello Yello Carina GT-R AA63!
I’ve been browsing through their timeline and boy did I see some awesome pictures in there! I’ll post some excellent material on bosozokustyle.com later this week!
So enjoy this gallery with all pictures I could find of the Yello Mello:
I will add more when I find additional pictures on their timeline.
November 17, 2012 in carina sightings
People knowing me well enough also know I love kaido racers/zokushas and all sorts of other bizarre creation from Japan. So I actually was quite happy to see this in one of the kaido racer videos:
Yes, that is indeed a yellow Carina AA63 with (fake?) oil cooiler up front and lowered on a set of SSR Mk II rims (or are those Techno Shadows? Can’t see it too clearly!).
It even gives a good welcome when arriving at the spot by doing a bit of revving: Read the rest of this entry →
September 26, 2012 in carina sightings
For a very obvious reason the Carina Jeune attracted my attention when I first read the 1984 Carina brochure.
Displayed on this picture it may look a bit dull to you and you are right: it is a dull car!
The car itself is in immaculate condition:
But even from this angle it doesn’t get any better. It remains an immaculately dull looking car…
So why am I so overly excited over a dull car? My excitement is about this device called a back sonar: Read the rest of this entry →