Japanese Classic Car Show 2011
The Japanese Classic Car Show is one of those annual events you really don’t want to miss. It’s one of those events that is not subject to a certain age range, style, or enthusiast. Everyone and anyone can enjoy JCCS simply due to the fact that the rare cars, bikes, and “relics” displayed are part of history. If the Natural History Museum was a car show, JCCS would be it. We can really take a look and marvel at how these classic JDM cars have evolved and transformed into their modern day counterparts. All of them have played an extremely crucial part in contributing something to the car industry as we know it. Some technology dating back to the 60’s and 70’s is still being installed onto the cars we drive today. It’s simply amazing being able to appreciate shows like these.
We’ll start this off with the hugely popular GT-R
Most of the cars that showed were in mint condition, age was not a factor. Not too many were actually trailered. Then of course you have the one’s have have actually aged, but still are presentable and attention-grabbing.
This right here, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the most ingenious ideas ever created. It’s old school air conditioning.
An American attempt at some mild bosozoku style which is somewhat of a rat rod style with JDM flair. It’s not the craziest we’ve seen, but definitely something different. We can all love to hate it or hate to love it, but in the end we love it.