At the JAF this note on a 1983 Mitsubishi Cordia drew my attention:
For the non-Dutchies: it states the car has been in a barn for 28 years and now after 29 years and 5 months it had 2 MOTs and 3500 kilometers on the odometer! Yes, that’s for real!
This is what the car looks like: Read the rest of this entry →
It is a shame Nissan’s competitor of the Toyota Celsior (Lexus LS series) never made it to anywhere else than Japan and the US. Of course this Nissan Cima Y33 escaped Japan and fled to Europe, but it will always be an alien around here…
I’m happy it was a Cima that escaped and not an Infinity Q45 as the Cima is much better looking than its USDM twin-sister. If you squint your eyes you can even see it as a bigger Toyota Chaser JZX100 that was from the exact same era.
Of course the Chaser never met the luxury of the Cima, let alone the Grand Touring package: more photos on the next page
Walking together with the group we slowly approached this white Shuttle. I already had seen it but still the chanting of “shuttle-shuttle-shuttle” surprised me. Yes I had joined a group of Honda enthusiasts. 😉
The shuttle itself was basically bone-stock, apart from (oversized) rims.
I also took a picture up front: more pictures on the next page
I remember meetings where once a Nissan Skyline entered the place it immediately drew all attention because seeing one was so rare! Nowadays it is actually the opposite: nobody turns their heads anymore and “exotics” like a Silvia S15 tend to gather crowds of people.
…you will spot this interesting tuner badge: more skylines on the next page!