Tag: kyusha kai

Japanese Rustoseums: Kyusha Kai Toyota Mark II GX71 wagon

Seeing a custom car end up in a junkyard is a real shame, especially if it is a nice kyusha kai Toyota Mark II GX71 wagon like this example: The blue color with its pearlescent paint kind of gives it away as a real show car and when BANKAKUEMIKO moves around the car the tiny…




Your favorites: pick your Soarer Z10

An intriguing photo: at the left you can see a sharknosed kaido racer, next to it a kyusha kai on SSR Formula Mesh, next to that it looks like an almost unmolested track toy and on the far right a shakotan with an oil cooler on its chin spoiler. Four different styles and I’m wondering…




Brilliant: Soarer lace seat covers

One of the things that is typically Japanese are the lace seat (or headrest) covers that you mostly see in Japanese taxis or luxury cars. Apparently Toyota sold OEM lace covers with the Soarer griffin logo embroided on them: This Soarer was photographed outside Gallery L who is renowned for restoring beautiful kyusha cars. The…




Family Album Treasures: Jokers Yonmeri Skyline GC110

This particular Yonmeri Skyline was actually owned by one of the members of the Aoyama Jokers (one of the most notorious Bosozoku gangs in the 70s and 80s) and modified in what we call Kyusha Kai nowadays. Jokers Yonmeri Skyline C110 The car features a set of 9J wide Volk Mesh rims. Of course this…




Carina Sightings: Kyusha Kai Carina GT-TR

I found this kyusha kai styled Carina GT-TR on a spring meeting of a few other Carinas on Carview. I think this is definitely the coolest Carina I saw so far: Kyusha Kai Carina GT-TR TA63 Lowered, black fender extenders, gunmetal grey RS Watanabe rims, rollcage, bride seat, etc. etc… Now that Carina alone would…




How cool can a Toyota Chaser JZX71 be?

Noriyaro posted some amazing pictures again! This time of a typically 80s boxy Toyota Chaser JZX71: Boxy 80s Toyota Chaser JZX71 drifting I do not agree with him that the car is bosozoku, it is more kyusha kai than bosozoku: it is lowered and it got stretched tires around deep dished rims. No further bosozoku…