Over the weekend I attended an “Initial D meet” invited by Momo and Moto. It was an interesting meet held at Longo Toyota.
I arrived with my girlfriend with a moderate long line of FRS’s and BRZ’s welcoming us onto the premises. They were pretty nicely organized with the parking. I’m surprized they had me park towards the front, that was kind of weird. As Mars1230 on instagram mentioned on no_tofu86’s post: “Day 3 and they still don’t notice the 240.” Lol.
I’m not too sure what I want to talk about this time around. Several familiar faces, several familliar cars; like John, Janet, Jason, and Moto. Few new ones for sure like a green wide body FRS and the RSR FRS. The RSR was definitely a neat car to see. Had a cute looking supercharger in it, looked funny for such a serious car.
The point of the meet was to meet a few of the Initial D guys and see some displayed animation cels, but I didnt see the work? I walked around here and there, in and out, and maybe i managed to miss it? Not sure. I would have loved to see the artwork and share the experience.
While everyone is getting ready for All Star Bash, here I am getting ready for something completely irrelevant and out of my normal.
Going to wake up as if I was going to ASB. Lol….
Kinda not looking forward to the wake up and drive.
Excited for something new though!
Many thank you’s for the coming weekend:
Busy busy but here’s a quick post of DanBrianB’s Instagram of our gathering of Itasha’s. Mine, Enrique, and Lonnie’s cars. Cheers to everyone who supports us.
Credit to the owners of the photos.
Nissan Vision GT is like a GTR crossover of the R390 GT1. It’s Delicious.
Photo above is from 3 Years ago. It was a fantastic meet. Definitely different from the other car scene’s that I’ve been to. I’d share a link but my old post is a dead link on it’s own. Let’s get going! Cheers!
I came out of my cave for the first time in a while and socialized with fellow Nissan owners.
I love this thing. It’s a fox-body that makes me want to throw everything bad I’ve said about a fox-body and throw it out the window.
There’s a sense in personality to this car that allows me to appreciate this car in both an American Muscle standpoint with the flare of the Japanese world. The owner probably didn’t intend on that but I feel that that is what this Mustang portrays.
 The best part of this car is that I learned that this was one of the first D1 Driver Search vehicles but at the time it just looked stock. Now look at this beast. I want this to compete in D1 after it finds itself covered in D1 inspired graphics that is Mustang fitting.
LOLOLOL le hwut? Corvette Stingray WAGON is a go?? I almost want to say sign me up!
What do you know about Hybrid Cars?