Just a few pics from a local car show.
I've seen a few TE27 Mangos around, most of them in the well known orange color, but this red/orange model is easily my favorite. I couldn't spot a single flaw or even find any part of the car I'd do differently. I normally reserve calling a "perfect", but this is one of the few cases where I really wouldn't want it any other way. Even better, at this show in Sonoma, there was yet another car that was even more enticing which I'll post later.
Just a shot from this weekend's Sonoma car show. More to come soon on this little guy.
I've encountered this little 410 a couple times already and each time I can't help but admire how great this little wagon is. Like the VW Squareback, it carries some charm that no wagon (or hatchbacks as it'd be marketed) today can pull off.
Because legendary cars ought to have the appropriate "footwear". The Kenmeri is probably my favorite I've seen so far, with or without Hayashis.
Ah the E31. Just one of those cars that even the thought of altering makes people freak out, and for good reason. Despite having been a commercial failure, to many BMW fans (and car fans in general), the 8 Series was one of the few cars everyone can agree that BMW got right. It had some of the sexiest styling that ever came out of the 90's, top of the line GT luxuries, and monstrous engines that just steamrolled over everything in front in a very Bentley style, but with the buttery smoothness that is known with BMW powerplants. So taking such an example of "perfection" and throwing on Japanese tuning styled pieces might be taking it too far for many, and personally I borderline agree with them, except in my eyes, this is that borderline where the owner took it up to acceptable and stopped right on the edge. It works, and works really well, but any further and such acts would have become verboten!
It's no ASM or Evasive/Voltex, but the spirit of track attack is definitely strong with this one.