From the rear it doesn’t look that radical but the front end has been modified extensively: Read the rest of this entry →
Yesterday I received some goodies from the US for my Toyota Carina TA60:
A set of camberplates and a full set of Prothane AE86 poly bushes.
I’ll trial fit the poly bushes to see which ones match and which ones don’t. I’ll probably end up with half the set used and some that don’t fit at all but at least this way I know which ones to hunt for somewhere else.
The camber plates are Toyota Corolla KE70/TE71 items: Read the rest of this entry →
At Speedhunters Dino Dalle Carbonare made three jaw dropping posts about the RC scene in Japan and I was quite surprised a remote controlled Toyota Carina AA63 was featured in two of those posts!
First of all the last photo of the second post was this drifting Carina. What a way to end the post!
Then the third post featured a side shot from the Carina: Read the rest of this entry →
Today the new Honda Civic Type R concept got revealed at the Geneva Motor Show and I really regret buying the Honda Civic Sport now…
It is brilliant: just look how the rear spoiler incorporates the tail lights! IMO it looks better than any Type R so far!
You can watch a video teaser below: Read the rest of this entry →
A few days ago I asked Daniel O’Grady a similar question: why do the Japanese cars in Japan rust from the top down while they rust from the bottom up on the European soil?
It is funny because I can explain the European bottom up rust: we simply put salt on our roads during wintertime to fight ice and snow. However why the cars in Japan tend to rust from the top is a mystery to me…
Found at Gagaga7310