The Japanese Classic Car Show assembled some of the finest examples of modified Japanese machines into one location in Southern California, and we were there to capture the details.
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.
For 23 years, the All Toyotafest in SoCal has been the West Coast’s see-and-be-seen event if you’re a Toyota enthusiast. We hit the show to check out the latest and greatest ‘Yota builds for 2018.
This year’s Japanese Classic Car Show delivered a show for the ages, as the staff pulled out all the stops to make it one of the most memorable events to date. Top automakers including Nissan, Toyota, Mazda, and Honda were on hand to display numerous vehicles – significant historic examples as well as soon to be released models – to dazzle the thousands in attendance, and have coverage right here!
The 21st Annual Toyotafest show was held in Long Beach, California on May 7, 2016, with the iconic Queen Mary serving as the show’s vintage backdrop, and Front Street was there to capture the sights. Check it out inside!
Have you ever dreamt of building a wild project car with one goal in mind, to have fun going fast? That’s all Speed Warhouse knows how to do! Inside, take a tour of their shop and check out their incredible creations!
Formula Drift’s 13th season opener in the rain was comparable to professional bull riding on ice. That is, if a rider had to navigate a bull sideways through the slippery city streets of Long Beach, California while riding next to another bull.
This Toyota Corolla GT-S was in need of a differential upgrade for performance; follow along as we install one of Cusco’s MZ limited slip differentials to improve on-street and at-track performance.
Texas is home to the quintessential American attitude of ‘bigger is better’, and this mantra includes a fascination with all things high-horsepower. For automotive enthusiasts, this attraction plays out in the form of the TX2K event held each year in Houston, Texas, where an assembly of the nation’s fastest street-driven drag-race cars takes over Royal Purple Speedway and exemplifies the theory by attacking the dragstrip in a festival of horsepower.