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The Night A Mazda Rotary Army Invaded New York City And R34 Skylines Were Legal

Crammed into a red Porsche 911 Turbo S Porsche convertible, we slotted into the traffic rolling towards Times Square with an R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R pulling ahead of us. Beside it waited another R34 Skyline, a hen’s tooth V-Spec II Nür. For one moment, for that whole night, really, there was no 25-year import rule.…Read […]

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Toyota Clarifies Its 137,000 U.S. Workers Are Not A National Security Threat In Response To Trump’s Proposed Tariffs

Following President Donald Trump ordering the Department of Commerce to open an investigation to determine the effect of imports on national security, and his consistent rhetoric of increasing tariffs on imports including automobiles, Toyota clarified in a statement today that its 137,000 American workers are not a…Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Pray For My Bank Account Because The Toyota JZX90 Is Now Legal To Import

For years I have been obsessed with the Toyota Cressida, the easily-forgotten straight six sedan that we got in America up until the early ‘90s. Did you think the Cressida really went away? Hell no. It packed it up and stuck to Japan, and now all the cool straight six ’Yotas are trickling back into […]

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America Is Overrun With Nissan Skylines! But Why Not TVR Griffiths?

Ever since the Playstation Generation was allowed to legally import R32 Nissan Skylines under the 25-year-rule, we have seen scores of them wash up on our shores. That’s great. That’s fine and wonderful. Soon, we estimate 30 percent of all cars on American roads will be Skylines. But also, like, you know you can…Read more… […]

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We Have Reached The Best Era Of Japanese Imports In America

Thanks to America’s arbitrary, dealer-imposed car import laws and a lack of political will to change them, the enthusiasts of our nation—despite being the “most free” and “best” one in the world—are barred from bringing in cars younger than 25 years of age. This is a shame, but as we edge closer to 2018, an…Read […]

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