JZX Meet at Daikoku Part II

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Let’s get some more photos in of the JZX meet in Daikoku!

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This JZX100 Mark II stood out from the rest with it’s canards and splitter. Many people were admiring it.DSC_0068

Once again, what is a Chaser without some battle scars?DSC_0069

A little bit cleaner, but still scarred!DSC_0071

This Verossa was clearly still a work in progress…DSC_0079

Nevertheless, the young man driving it still took it out drifting around Daikoku after the meet. I can’t wait to see it when it’s done!DSC_0081

Very, very clean example of a Chaser. I would’ve gone for a bigger exhaust though.DSC_0075

And once again, since this is Daikoku, there were other cars there of interest that weren’t big body Toyotas.DSC_0076

This BNR34 was so beautiful and simple…DSC_0089

But it had a tough competition from this badass Supra.DSC_0096

The track inspired style was just so aggressive. I loved it.DSC_0091

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There were quite a few “Y” plates at Daikoku that night. “Y” plates mean that the car is registered inside an American base.DSC_0115

This AE86 stole a lot of attention because of how clean and beautiful it was. One of the best examples I’ve ever seen in person.DSC_0106

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Part 3 will be up very soon, with looooots more photos!

 

 

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