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How do you fit a massive 295-wide rear tire onto an S13? If you’re Simon Tham, owner of this dreamy ’90 Nissan 240SX, you start by having your people contact TRA Kyoto’s Kei Miura to put together a one-off Rocket Bunny widebody.
As if they weren't busy enough with their GPP Live event, the GReddy crew also managed to curate quite an impressive group of Nissan Skyline and GT-Rs for the event including two different R32s, an R33, R34 and an R35
DJ Manifesto has an eye for detail. The original plan for his 180SX S13 was just a quick resto, nothing special. Just get it running and leave it at that. However, as one thing led to another, plans changed.
You won't find many old school JDM cars in Scandinavia, especially when it's easier and cheaper to pick up an older German classic car. Allan Arp's not one to play by the rules, though, as you can tell right away from his Skyline 2000GT.
Whether the new Z will officially hit dealerships in 2021 as a 2022 model or be pushed back another year is still up in the air. For now, Nissan is working on refining their latest sportscar that inherently carries quite a bit of weight.
Ever since the R32 Skyline became eligible for import we've been seeing so many of them stateside. This is why if you want your R32 to stand out you're going to have to go above and beyond, which is exactly what Orlando Villalobos did
Matt Ashby's a tried and true car guy. The fact that he can build a SEMA-quality Ford truck, then turn around to build a JDM Silvia that looks straight out of Tokyo is a testament to his love for his hobby
It's not always easy to take your time when building a car like an R32 Skyline. It's always tempting to throw on every mod under the sun, but for Ray Abeleda, his approach has resulted in a build that's as reliable and enjoyable as it is tasteful
In terms of project car building, some might assume that working for the Super Street Network and dealing with cars like this long-term 1992 Honda Civic VX hatchback means spending multiple days of the week wrenching away and making progress. The reality is, as much as I’d love to be able to do that, my