As a follow up on yesterdays Restive Horse cage post another picture from the KCAR Autopolis meeting:
So how many Skyline DR30s can you count in this picture?
And to win a small prize: how many tekamen (iron mask) can you count in this picture?
Found at Restive Horse car club
Almost two years ago I spotted the Restive Horse car club on the Garage Pleasure blog and I started following them since. I was a bit surprised to find this picture this morning:
That’s his daughter Miss Hasemi (yes, that’s really her name!) sitting in the best protected spot of the car enroute to the KCAR Autopolis meeting.
In case you are wondering what that insane trackmonster looks like: Continue reading
This once beautiful Skyline DR30 is nowadays a heap of rust:
It has been stripped from its bumpers, windshield, mirrors and interior…
And also from its tail lights: Continue reading
Meeting videos are always fun to watch, especially if the meeting is a Skyline R30 meeting!
Starting from 0:30 onwards a complete lineup of all Skylines present starts and I love how you can see all the small differences between all the similar cars: some have Hoshino Impul rims, other deep dished ones and another transformed his Skyline into a track monster!
And a R30 meeting would not be complete if there wasn’t another amazing car present: Continue reading
Now this is obviously not the best spot to show off your kouki Corolla Levin AE86 at the JCCA New Year Meeting 2012:
Completely surrounded by seven Skyline R30s!
Found at Minkara
This guy must have been passing by this beautiful skyline of a lake next to the touge and thought it would be nice to stand between the two skylines! 😉
This scene also reminds me a bit of the end scene of the first Shuto Kousoku Trial, but I guess that must be the Skyline plus the typical 80s fashion.
Found at Minkara