Nostalgic 2Days 2012
The Nostalgic 2Days car show was held this weekend in Japan featuring some of the best old school Japanese cars from street to full track cars.
Let’s start the event coverage with some real nice S30s from Star Road..
Rolling deep as always are the Rocky Auto crew..
Totally digging this white S30 on a set of TE37v.
This Supra has been making the show rounds as of late.
I’ve featured this Kyusha style Challenger before. I’m so tempted to cut up my fenders and add that fender flares.
RUF Porsche finished in Matte pale olive green
Clean Hakosuka chassis just dying to be restored..
Carbon fiber parts are certainly making their way into the classic cars as shown on this silver Hakosuka.
Yeah, that’s a full fender replacement made out of CF.
This one even has a vented disc brake conversions in the front.
Rear seems stock for now but I won’t be surprised if the trunk gets a CF treatment next.
A few classic race cars sprinkled through out the show floor..
But out of all the car displayed at the event, Best of Show has gotsta be this Hakosuka
So much fabrication went into this car and it’s just right to remove the fenders to show them off properly.
Shot of the engine bay. Love those trumpets!
The front brakes features a vented and slotted 2-pc floating rotors with a good size Brembo calipers.
The rear brakes has a slotted disc
with some fancy Brembo calipers. That thing looks amazing!
Going around the back, we see a sneak peak of the interior but check that CF piece on the rear pillar.
Close up shot of it. Talk about detail!
The madness never stops. In the rear shows the fully gutted trunk with more Carbon fiber goodies like a rear diffuser and bumper guard.
Closer look of the carbon fiber piece that might have gotten hit but all good.
But what sealed the deal for me was the interior..
Yeah the doors too are Carbon Fiber..
The floor was all made out of Carbon fiber. Sick!
The rest of the gallery
The Nostalgic 2Days car show is always a great event to check out to learn and appreciate the Japanese classics. Someday, would love to check this show out in person. But for now, credit goes to Minkara for all the photos.
photo source: Minkara