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Old Posted Jul 7, 2022, 2:50 AM
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Old Posted Jul 7, 2022, 2:59 AM
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Wow! Is that an F40?
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Old Posted Jul 7, 2022, 3:25 AM
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It was cruising around town today and passed by me a few times.
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Old Posted Jul 8, 2022, 4:04 PM
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Checked out a local RX-7 meet last night to commemorate 7s Day (July 7th). So many JDM legendz. Much awesome.

Celica GT-Four ST205 with a couple of Supras


Is that a Supra?


Love the plate


FD RX-7 Spirit R edition





"Godzilla" R34 Skyline GT-R


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Targa top Supra


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The original 4 door Supra, the Toyota Cressida


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Old Posted Jul 10, 2022, 4:30 AM
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Holy crap there are some legends there.

Always had an affliction for the Supra TRD wing/body kit.

That FD-R, wow.
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Old Posted Jul 12, 2022, 4:50 AM
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Old Posted Jul 13, 2022, 11:47 PM
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^ Very nice, it is a 53 or 54 Belair which has kept its original trim.

This one has an interesting hood ornament.

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I'm not normally a Vette person but this looked pretty cool.





A cool VW single cab pickup as well.

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^ I don't think I've ever seen a VW like that, certainly not recently, and that street is a perfect setting.

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An old Alfa Romeo.

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A McLaren.

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#turbotuesday

This is a K-swapped turbo MR2 pushing over 700 rwhp. Pretty insane for a car weighing 2600 lbs.



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Sure, but a drag set up (not my jam) and anything over ~500 on the street is a mess in these things (having driven one).

Still impressive though.
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Sure, but a drag set up (not my jam) and anything over ~500 on the street is a mess in these things (having driven one).

Still impressive though.
Yeah I'm not really a fan of drag set ups either. Also low key not a fan of engine swaps where other brands' engines are swapped into cars (nothing against K swaps or LS swaps, just my personal preference to keep the purity of the original brand if deciding to go with an engine swap). But I thought it was an interesting build nonetheless.
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Pissed off I was not able to snag a photo, but I drove by a 1989 Batmobile two days ago... legit.
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^ I don't think I've ever seen a VW like that, certainly not recently, and that street is a perfect setting.

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So weird to find a RR in such neighborhood, I mean, see his buddy cars nearby and house with alomost zero distance to tht road
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So weird to find a RR in such neighborhood, I mean, see his buddy cars nearby and house with alomost zero distance to tht road
Yes, I noticed that, that particular lot in East Van does not have much depth, but has about 120 ft. frontage. The other houses are placed normally. Rolls sightings are rare but not totally unusual, Bentleys are much more common. Anyway, one of those houses is probably equal in value to 4 to 6 Rolls Royces.

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