Japanese Classic Car Show 2014 Coverage (PART 1)

The Japanese Classic Car Show is among one of my many favorite car shows to go to. It’s held at The Queen Mary Events Park In Long Beach , California. JCCS is amazing because of its History. There is history everywhere, from legendary cars to rare gems , JCCS is definitely the place to be if you’re into and appreciate all kinds of Classic Japanese Cars. There are Mazda’s,Mitsubishi’s,Izusu’s,Toyota’s,Honda’s,Datsun’s,Daihatsu’s and Subaru’s. The coverage I got was very small. Better late than never. Enjoy!

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Lime Green Honda Z looking immaculate!

 

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Spoon Sports Group A Civic E-AT!
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MUGEN CRX!!!
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I think this pic may be from the previous year.
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Alex Bircheff’s EF Civic on Manaray Turbina S Wheels!
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EF Sedan Rocking Hubs!
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240z Ready to Race!
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Takumi!!!
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AE86 with a modern look!
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F20c Powered 86!
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Im not sure what this was 240z wagon?
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Wagon again.
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JDM ICON!
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Starion/Conquest !
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LSX Powered.
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S12 I believe?
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Raw Bosozoku!
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Hippari!
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Classy Cressida!
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Velvet Drive.
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Gorgeous 1G Integra SE Mugen Equipped!
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The only Miata Coupe Produced!
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Hakosuka!
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2015 Miata!

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