The Japanese Classic Car Show opened its rules this year to bring in ’80s and early-’90s-vintage machines, and onlookers were rewarded with a massive show full of the types of cars you don’t see anywhere else.
The Datsun 1200 has long been heralded as the go-to car for import drag racers around the world. Erick Aguilar’s EL Barón, mixes a Honda power plant with a tried-and-true chassis for a quick combination!
Not even record-high scorching temperatures could keep enthusiasts form attending the Chronicles Year 9 event held at Eibach Springs’ headquarters in Corona, California. Its creator, Joey Lee offered his appreciation to all his loyal website followers by holding this semi-private event to celebrate the ninth annual anniversary of The Chronicles.
This year the Japanese Classic Car Show Association held their 13th annual JCCS show at the Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California. Like many of the vintage cars attending the event, the show has also grown with the rebirth of old school car aficionados, aged to perfection like a bottle of fine wine.
Mitsubishi’s automotive story began in 1917 when the then shipbuilder introduced its first car, the Mitsubishi Model-A. In the century since, the brand has garnered its own flock of loyal customers eager to share in a celebration of the company, and Mitsubishi Owners Day was born.
Nissan, Infiniti, or Datsun? Carbureted, or fuel-injected? No need to choose, we have coverage of SoCal’s premier Nissan Jam show with each variation represented in detail.