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.
This Shakotan Boogie S30 Yanky Mate replica has two very high straight up exhaust pipes:
Straight up pipes on Yanky Mate replica
Would these two high pipes be Yanky as well?
The Nissan Skyline Japan C210 we feature in our logo clearly won the first sudden death, and the Bosozoku style Nissan 280ZX Fairlady won this week!
Winners so far:
This weeks contenders:
Toyota Crown S130 with spread winged exhaust
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We kind of expected this outcome: the Toyota Crown S130 with spread winged exhaust won last weeks sudden death
This weeks we try to keep it in the same era and in the same styling:
Nissan Gloria C330 Bosozoku style
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In last year september 7Tune decided to attend to a bosozoku car meeting at Daikoku Futo, a famous rest stop in the Tokyo bay, and took some pictures of it.
Bosozoku style Celica XX with MZ10 nose conversion
The most impressive was this Celica XX with MZ10 front conversion! It makes the Celica XX look even more bosozoku style this way! Great shot with the long exposure time!
And there were also a few Cresta and Mark II GX71 cars
Kyusha style GX71 Cresta
Note that this car has wirewheels! That is a very different kyusha styling than we are used to!
And these two shark nosed Mark IIs are a bit more bosozoku style, like we’re used to.
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