Retro Japanese Magazine will be joining us at Japfest Donington boasting an even bigger gathering of their favourite Japanese cars than was seen at Japfest Silverstone!
The stand will boast seven generations of Nissan Skyline, from Hakosuka GT-R through to R34, but that’s just the start. After it was sadly unable to make Silverstone, we’re hoping to see Frank Hayes’ Mazda Eunos Cosmo, which we featured in the previous issue of Retro Japanese. With some bodykit plans in mind, it might look a bit different, but will still be packing its remarkable triple-rotor engine.
By complete contrast, another car from the previous issue, Emily Reading’s Autozam Carol, will also be joining the stand. There will also be a low-mileage Nissan 200SX S13, a mint Honda Integra DC2, and Chris Frosin’s Mitsubishi GTO – not the later 1990s version but the original 1970s version.
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