Stanced Silvia with INSANE Fitment!

The final episode of our Japan series took us to Mizuno Works, and it was an absolute thrill ride from start to finish! This Kaido Racer heaven was a paradise for car enthusiasts, and we got the chance to see some of the most magnificent cars out there. The owner, who was passionate about his collection, gave us a tour, and we couldn’t believe our eyes! The star of the show was his insanely low patina Laurel that had been featured at the Tokyo Auto Salon. We couldn’t get enough of it!

Next, we visited Mooneyes Japan, and it was like stepping back in time to the glory days of hot rods and custom cars. The vintage car parts and accessories were awe-inspiring, and we were in heaven exploring the collection. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable, and we left feeling like we had gained a wealth of new knowledge and appreciation for the art of car customization.

For our final full day in Japan, we headed to Daikoku PA one last time, and it was the perfect way to wrap up the Japan series. The parking area was buzzing with energy, and we linked up with the owner of an unbelievably low S13 Silvia that we had seen at the Tokyo Underground Meet a week earlier. This car was the epitome of cool, and we were thrilled to shoot it in some of the most exciting locations around the Port of Yokohama. The car’s owner was a passionate car enthusiast, and we couldn’t have asked for a better guide to take us to the most scenic spots for our shoot.

We want to say a massive thank you to all of the people who have watched our Japan series. We hope that you enjoyed watching it as much as we enjoyed making it. It was an unforgettable experience, and we feel so lucky to have been able to share it with you all.

All of our new branded merchandise is in stock alongside our remaining Japanese inventory!

View the drop here:

Thank you for watching our Japan series.

See you next week.


Published by Alexander Turnbull

Automotive photojournalist, traveller, blogger, and meme enthusiast. Enjoy car life.

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