It seems after 3 years of absence, people were really longing vor this event. We decided to go early this year to get a good spot at the main parking, but arriving only 30minuts after opening, already meant we had to park on the most far end. And according to the organizers it wa sthe biggest turnout ever. At the end, attendees even had to park in the public parking area and the entrance. WOW!
This maybe also has to do with the event no open from all the cars from year 1998 on later. So it was the first time my EK9 was allowed in officially too. and despite having to move to the far end, we got a nice parking spot in the corner:
I guess the day can’t get bad when the first thing you see at the entrance is a Calsonig livered R34? even though just beeing a GTT. It definitely gave a sign for the day. I’ve probably never seen so many skylines and RHD JDM cars in one place. see the gallery below for more.
First i went straight to the booth of my mate Stefan and another nice guy from Japanese All Stars known as Daniel.
But before we go to my favourites. let’s talk about the elephant in the room: The lovely toyota 2000 GT. The most valuable japanese car and one of the most beautiful designs ever:
As there were just too many cool cars and things to see at this event, i definitely missed a lot of cars. so forgive me for that. but check out the gallery below to see many more!
Thanks go the organizers for the once-again lovely and laid back event. It’s for shure the one must-go event in the calendar of any japanese vintage lover and you definitely miss something if you don’t go there.