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Reviving The Rad Era At Camp Oblivion

As I desperately hang on to ‘out of touch’, I try my best to curb how often I mention the good old days. Because nothing dates you more than talking about days gone by. Despite my best efforts though, I still do it a lot. Of course, I’m not alone in this. The rise of automotive events […]

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Restoring A Renault 5 Turbo The Japanese Way

This Renault 5 Turbo is Higashitani-san’s personal project, and outside of running a prestige sports car dealership, he is restoring it during every available moment. You might remember me introducing the build last November, and then some of the dismantling process in February this year. It just goes to show how busy Higashitani-san is and also the care he’s taking […]

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T-Spec: Is This Nissan’s Final R35 GT-R?

What we do know, however, is that the 2022 Nissan GT-R has just been released, and with it a limited edition run of 100 ‘T-spec’ variants for the Japanese domestic market, all of which will be sold by ballot. To get a real feel for the two T-spec models on offer, I took some time this past […]

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Worth The Wait: The Juicebox BBQ

We generally don’t have high hopes for fine days here, but Sunday morning’s deluge was pretty rough. It was that nasty, persistent sort of rain that nobody wants to be outside in. There was probably a certain amount of irony in that the original date for the event (the previous Sunday) had been postponed as the […]

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Simple, Clean, Functional: A Fabricator’s 2JZ Cressida

The best fabricator I’ve ever worked with is Billy Freed, who along with his brother Ben, own and operate Freed Engineering. Billy was responsible for fabricating the titanium header and exhaust, radiator, shroud, coolant pipes, swirl pot, power steering reservoir and fluid lines on my long term Z31 project. Although Freed Engineering might be most […]

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