While not an entrant, I loved this Suzuki Lapin that was in the parking lot at Slammed Society Japan 2012. I also spotted it in the parking lot at Hellaflush at FSW last year, but it had a CF hood. Plain rusty hoods are done to death, but I love the giraffe-like pattern this has going on in the corner (and on the back window for those paying attention)
On Saturday I took the long drive up to Toyama for the inaugural Wreckin’ Meet. There was a great turn out, with quite a few well known cars turning up. It was a long drive for most people, but it didn’t stop anyone with some cars coming from as far as Hiroshima!
You’d generally expect the best cars to be from the bigger cities, but I found the most impressive cars of the day to be the local cars from Neu Flava and the Lowballers Japan chapter. I couldn’t even pic a favorite of the bunch as most of their cars are amazing.
Unfortunately because of the rain I ended up taking my pics with my iPhone (and holding my umbrella in the other hand lol). This also explains why a lot of people are camped out or sleeping in their cars hahaha. So yeah, sorry for the pic quality. The pics are just straight from my phone with a watermark slapped on.
I went down to Slammed Society at Fuji Speedway today. I just got back home now but I’m not gonna be home the next couple of days so I won’t get get the pics from today up until maybe Mon/Tues next week (Japan time).
For now here are some instagram pics from today (you can follow me at @lozzz_1)
Here’s some pics from this year’s Fuji 86 Style, which was an event for AE86s and the new Toyota 86 (or GT/FT86 or whatever you wanna call it).
I don’t really like the pics as it was pretty much a rush job while checking out the cars. There were some great cars in attendance, but to be honest I found it did get a little boring seeing so many new 86s in stock (or close to stock) form. Hopefully next year there are a few more modded cars. I broke up the pics into two posts so you don’t get slammed with too many in one hit. The rest will be up tomorrow.