Big thanks to everyone who joined us at the 18th Annual Japanese Classic Car Show! With all of you, we had an awesome time exploring the heart and soul of Japanese car culture with our beloved kyusha.
We’re excited to announce that we’ll be unveiling many award winners this week. To start off, (3) Best of Show winners!
Period Correct Modified category, we’re proud to present Damon Chesterfield’s remarkable 1971 Datsun 510! It was Damon’s debut at JCCS, and he drove from WA! We want to extend our heartfelt congratulations to him on this well-deserved win!
Spec: L-18, 1mm overbore, 280zx flattop pistons, 219SSS head with 280zx valves, .540”/290 “damn” cam, 40mm Mikuni Solex carbs, Ermish Racing header and exhaust, Borla muffler, T3 coilovers and camber plates, Ermish Racing Wilwood front brakes, Watanabe wheels, Corbeau seats.
In the category of Best of Show JCCS – Stock / Survivor / Restored, we are thrilled to introduce David Prewitt and his 1985 “Wanda the Honda” Civic! This marks David’s first appearance at JCCS, and we want to extend our warmest congratulations to him and his family!
“Wanda” the Honda.
“My wife and I are the original owners of this 1985 Honda Civic 1500S. Since that time, we have raised a family, drove to work, did family vacations, and basically lived a life with the car. It has been driven over 850,000 miles”
In the Best of Show JCCS – Race/Restomod/Open Class Modified category, Richard Madlangbayan’s 1973 Datsun 240Z stands out among a field of remarkable kyusha! Richard’s dedication and passion shine through, and we’re delighted to have his exceptional car as part of our event!
“Built 7.0l LS stroker motor, redux racing itb, ZTRIX widebody kit with custom aero, Destroyer Grey Paint, Motegi MF145 forged aluminum 18×11 wheels, Falken RT660 315/30/18, custom interior, BuddyClub bucket seats, MegaLyfe battery, ColorFittings, AZC full track pack billet aluminum suspension with custom air cups, many many custom one-off parts.”