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Mike

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    1971 240z - Yellow Restored Beauty
    2000 Lexus LX470 - Utility Beast

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  1. Our friends at Hot Wheels have some amazing Japanese cars in the works, and they will be giving a sneak peek at our booth at JCCS tomorrow, September 21. There will be some never-before seen Japanese castings, as well as … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  2. Need pics! Sounds awesome!
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    Come join Datsun-France for the Le Mans Classic! Open the above forum post to see more information.
  4. Sean, thank you for the invitation to our club members! Although most of our membership is in the states, we also have international members who may be interested. I also know there are others from the US who are frequent travelers. I'll add this to the club calendar as well. Mike
  5. One of the best selling items in the JNC Shop has been the Z Generations shirt, depicting all six iterations of the venerable Z chassis. However, this year marks the 50th anniversary for this game-changing car, and we wanted to … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  6. The 30-year Heisei Era came to an end and the Reiwa Era began with the official transition of royal rule on May 1 of this year. However, the new emperor’s actual coronation ceremony, which expects foreign dignitaries and envoys from … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  7. Nate Wade Subaru of Salt Lake City, Utah is the oldest Subaru dealer in the United States. It just celebrated its 50th anniversary, and recently had the honor of selling Subaru’s 10 millionth car in the US. That car was … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  8. With Tokyo Tower looming in the background, the streets in front of the Imperial Palace were absolutely teeming in 1967. Four lanes of traffic in each direction couldn’t keep the stream of Crowns, Cedrics, Glorias, Bluebirds, Publicas, and Minicas flowing. … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  9. You can do it, no problem if you take your time. I also used one of these to tilt the engine as it's installed.
  10. The 15th annual sapanese Classic Car Show is this Saturday, September 21. For many, it has been the one place in America where you can see the vast range of Japanese cars all in one spot. There is always something … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  11. As of September 9, Calsonic Kansei is no more. The company whose bright blue livery graced many a Bubble Era race car is now known as Marelli. That’s Marelli, as in Magneti Marelli SpA., the Italian supplier of electronics, fuel … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  12. Hi all, I had to run some maintenance this morning. It appears we ran out of disk space and it took me a few hours to find and fix the problem. The site was offline while I made some space and rebooted the services. We should be good to go, but, please let me know if there are any issues you see with the site. Mike
  13. While most automakers are chasing speed records on the Nürburgring, Mazda has been quietly unlocking an achievement of a different sort. Mazda Germany revealed last month that back on July 18, it had broken the world record for most hairpin … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  14. Though Honda was still in its infancy in 1967, it was already conducting some of the world’s most precise engineering. A video tour of the company’s Wako R&D facility and various plants is a fascinating glimpse into Honda’s operations at … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  15. Not sure if they are rusted/seized or not. So, you'll have to determine if that's the problem first. After you get them pumped out, replace with Speed Bleeders. But, don't install these until you are sure the lines are clear and the calipers aren't shot. See the following post:
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