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    1971 240z - Yellow Restored Beauty

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  1. To commemorate Advan’s 40th anniversary, Yokohama has released a set of erasers shaped in the tread patterns of their most famous tires. Does anyone even use pencils anymore? It doesn’t matter. These don’t look like they were meant to be … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  2. In the latest episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, the car collector hosts Brian Corsetti, owner of twelve FJ60 and FJ62 Toyota Land Cruisers. Of course, next to Leno’s triple-digit vehicle collection that sounds positively sane, but at least Jay has … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  3. With the 50th anniversary of the Nissan GT-R coming next year, expect a deluge of commemorative items marking the occasion. Nissan already made a special car earlier this year expected to cost $1 million. Now, they’ve partnered with Seiko to … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  4. Fukuyama Station in Hiroshima Prefecture is located right by the 399-year-old Fukuyama Castle. Bullet trains whiz in and out of the station on a daily basis, and over 20,000 people pass though it every day. Back in 1975, parking at … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  5. If you were alive in the late 1980s, you’ll recall that the V20 Camry was everywhere. Few at the time thought they were particularly attractive, and they seemed to carry the stigma that Camrys today still hold — reliable as … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  6. Panasports have always been on my list, and will be making a purchase soon. However, the VTO's look interesting enough to talk with others who have them. Anyone running the VTO's and can speak about the fitment?
  7. Uhem... and when are we going? 😉
  8. Our final installment of JCCS coverage spotlights the car to which we gave the JNC Award: Kevin Truong’s first-generation Montego Blue Mazda MX-5 Miata. Our pick coincided well with JCCS’s expanded eligibility of cars up to model year 1995. The … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  9. We’ve completed eleven installments of the biggest JCCS ever. It was a landmark year, one that saw approximately 500 cars and over 10,000 spectators, both new records. The competition was tougher than ever, but when the dust settled there was … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  10. Mitsuoka is famous for giving Japan’s domestic cars weird, retro automotive costumes. For decades, its most popular offerings were the Viewt, which transformed a Nissan March into a British saloon, and the Le Seyde, Japan’s own Excalibur or Zimmer built … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  11. Two-wheeled conveyances are an integral part of Japan’s motoring culture, much more so than they are in America. Go to any city in the land of the rising sun and you’ll see hundreds of motorcycles buzzing around — as transportation, … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  12. Mention the Hayashi Racing name to any J-tin enthusiast, and they’ll think of wheels. Hayashi Racing was the first to cast aftermarket wheels in Japan, but the true heritage of the marque, is as a racing car manufacturer. In 1967 Hayashi-san … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  13. For 2018, the Japanese Classic Car Show expanded eligibility to cars up to 1995. That means for the first time, a flood of Bubble Era greats were able to attend. Welcome to a JCCS full of pop-up headlights, T-tops, and … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  14. The seventh generation Toyota Corona isn’t as exciting as a classic Skyline or Celica, but there’s at least one version that bears mention. That version is the very rare 2-door sedan, which is so uncommon that it doesn’t even appear … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  15. Try adjusting your Facebook security settings to not publish your email address. That should do the trick. I think I found out why only 2015 is showing updates. My developer account was limited in following years because I didn't set it up correctly to create the back-end links. I may end up going through the process again, but, FB has made the developer process very tedious and I don't have a lot of time to mess around with it. From what it looks like, there is no foul play, hackers, or super spy's as mentioned in your subject. Thanks for alerting this to me.

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