And have a look at how wide they actually are on this small Bluebird:
13J techno shadows on a Nissan 510
Can you already imagine the over-fenders/fender-flares going over these rims?
Japanese Nostalgic Car blog posted two links to great how-to’s showing how to create your own sharkenose Mark II or Skyline C210 Japan!
We already featured the Skyline C210 in a deep dish feature, but the Toyota Mark II GX71 was new to us:
How to create your own sharknosed bosozoku style car
A meeting video by Hattoriworks of the Tokyo Auto Salon 2009:
Even though the video quality is not that good (shot from a TV??) the video is actually showing a lot of good cars: the Nissan Silvia Turbo replica (Gazelle) we featured last week is also at that meeting! 🙂
In my opinion the outcome was a bit unexpected! The kyusha styled Skyline Japan C210 won this week:
Kyusha styled Nissan Skyline C210 Japan
But probably the Celica XX was styled a bit too normal?
This weeks Sudden Death is between two Mark II GX71s:
Toyota Mark II GX71 inside out exhaust
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This beyond grachan style bosozoku car looks weird enough. To make it even more weird it has an exhaust which looks like a sculpture in a modern art museum!
Exhausts look like a sculpture on this RPS13 180SX
We think an Nissan 180SX is underneath all these extended bodyparts. The roofline resembles the 180SX, but we will never know for sure.