I found this beautiful kyusha kai Nissan Bluebird-U at the Dual Factory BBS. It features a set of deep dished steelies that are at least 9J wide!
Deep dish steelies on a Bluebird-U GTX
As you can see this Bluebird is the almost unobtainable GTX featuring a stretched nose to facilitate the 2 liter inline six. Amazing car!
Found at Dual Factoryby banpei with no comments yet
Remember this one from somewhere?
Toyota Crown Majesta UZS140
You are right: we featured it once before in the Guess the Kaido Racer and it was guessed correctly as a Toyota Crown Majesta UZS140. I found this photo somewhere on a blog I was visiting and remembered it again. Thought it would be nice to share how this car looked when it was still in full glory.
Found at Masquen27by banpei with no comments yet
Back in 1990 when the big black VHS tape was still the distribution channel for (car) video magazines it was Daijiro Inanda who created Video Option and Iwahashi Kenitirou Kamikaze Road. Of course most of these tapes were later on either overwritten with some soap series or thrown away in the garbage.
Lucky for us there are some people who actually take the effort and digitize these old tapes and put them on Youtube. Enjoy 13 minutes of 1990 kaido racer madness!
Funny to see that Team Madonna was making similar insane creations back then as they are currently still doing!
My personal favorite was the Mercedes cabrio replica (done with a Mark II Super Lucent GX61). Which one is yours?by banpei with 2 comments
This time it is a bit different than before: you should not guess the car itself (clearly a Mark II GX71), but the rims that are mounted on this car!
Guess the rims on this Kaido Racer
Now that should be a real challenge!
I found this picture featuring a Suzuki Carry that reminds me a bit of a bemo:
Suzuki Carry kaido racer
Wish I could have attended that meeting!
Found at Matsuragiby banpei with 1 comment