The car is so low it barely made it on and off the trailer. 😉
I love the extra widened fenders and the simplicity of the car styling: not too overdone. The original metro grip is a nice touch though, however you can buy them anywhere nowadays… This is how low the car actually is:
Anyway, if you didn’t get what this video was about from the scenery and parkinglot: the guy who put the video on Youtube sold the car to an export firm and it got exported to another country. So who of you actually bought this nice Bosozoku styled car?This entry was posted in bosozoku style and tagged bosozoku style, cresta gx71, export, toyota cresta by bosozoku with 6 comments
Just recently found your site and it’s an instant fav, can’t get enough boso!
Anyone know what the actual name is for that tow hook? or what kind it is?
Flankly I don’t know what it is called… Most people just use passenger handles of trains/metros or emblems of other car brands.
I only know the origin of those things: it was to mimic the buckets hanging under the cement trucks.
Reo from TAMA AUTOS here in Auckland, New Zealand bought this a while back. Saddly it couldn’t get registered here, things being rather strict at times. So it was parted out. Mystery solved!
Thanks for solving that mystery! 🙂
It is funny to see how a youtube video by the original owner can result in tracing back the car… Too bad it got parted: looked like a really nice car to me!
Flying ring, hang ring, metro grip can all be used to describe the
They are the overhead hand grips used in the trains etc in Japan and
No-one loves the “tsurikawa” as much as this person and their blog
dedicated to the multi purpose hanging ring.
Banpei, maybe you could give this blogger some love. It is on topic…