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About Mike

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    Software Product Manager

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    1971 240z - Yellow Restored Beauty

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  1. I once knew a guy who would wash his car every Sunday, rain or shine, whether the car actually crawled out of the garage or not. Another refused to bring “outside” shoes into his car and would swap shoes ala … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  2. Rebuilt modified L24 motor for sale

    This is a great deal, and knowing how Guy ( @Diseazd ) is with Zcars, you can't pass on this opportunity. His work is done the 'right' way....
  3. Datsun Artwork on aluminum - 240ZG

    Wow!! Looks great man, thanks for sharing and making a special deal for club members... I just love custom art like this. Just noticed this is from 2016. Are you still doing these pieces into 2018?
  4. This year’s NISMO Festival was a special one, as it marked the event’s 20th anniversary. The inaugural NISMO Festival in 1997 was a small gathering put together by NISMO employees as a customer appreciation day. Nissan factory drivers showed up to interact with … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  5. We at JNC love the Honda Super Cub. Honda recently passed the incredibly impressive milestone of having sold 100 million units since the Super Cub’s debut in 1958. That’s the same sales figures as the Volkswagen Beetle, Toyota Corolla, and Ford F-series pickup, … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  6. On December 13 Mazda began accepting applications for its Roadster Restore program. Announced back in August, the program will revive first-generation NA Eunos Roadsters at classic centers throughout Japan, and reproduce about 150 select parts for sale. According to Mazda program spokesman Nobuhiro … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  7. Hayashi Racing is now making some lovely cast aluminum rocker covers for the Nissan A-series. Available in black or red (the blue one above is a custom job for a Hayashi Formula J race car). We expect most of these to be … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  8. Dad, what's a VCR? ;)

  9. Hey, what better way to declare the pedigree of your products than to show decades’ worth of history? Honda’s latest spot, called “With Every Era,” takes you through Accord generations along with era appropriate song and dance. We’re always happy to see automakers be proud of … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  10. We’ve been seeing a massive amount of minty JNCs lately. Many of these perfect specimens come attached with “out-the-barn, no low-ball, I-know-what-I-have” prices. On the other hand, there are still times when you can find a JNC in condition ranging … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
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  12. As the JNC crew in SoCal was getting their 80s and 90s car show fill at Radwood, we here in Australia were going further back in time. Classic Japan in Melbourne is probably one of the best gatherings of Nihon … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  13. Among the, like, totally awesome cars of Radwood were a few that hit us in the face like a whiff of Drakkar Noir. This isn’t a scientific polling, because who wouldn’t want to take home the Wolf’s NSX, but just a few cars that we … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  14. The R32 Skyline GT-R is a legend among legends, due in no small part to its utter domination of Group A touring car racing in the early 1990s. During the four years it competed in Japan it won every single race it … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  15. From the moment co-organizer Art Cervantes told us the name of the event, we knew it would be incredible. Radwood. It was a car show exclusively for 80s and 90s machines. Like Goodwood but, you know, rad. The Goodwood Revival … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine