JCCS: 100 Photos Of Nissans & Datsuns

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Old School SoCal’s 14th annual Japanese Classic Car Show marked the second time in three weeks that Nissan staged a massive takeover in California. While the first event in question, the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, was a heavily concerted effort, this time around it was entirely natural. If I had to make an estimate, I would say roughly
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Half The Wheels, Twice The Style

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No Crash Protection If you were disappointed in my lack of attention towards the two-wheeled machines at Southern California’s Japanese Classic Car Show last weekend, I’ll make it up to you right now. Modifying bikes is by no means anything new, and it came as no surprise that dozens of awesome motorcycles made it out to JCCS in
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A Lap At America’s Biggest Japanese Classic Car Show

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The Year Of The Japanese Car In California this year, time and time again we’ve been reminded of the greatness of Japanese cars. I’m starting to feel a bit like a broken record, but I’m really stoked about the wide-spread appreciation that both the builds and factory creations from across the Pacific are getting. It’s been
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The Night Before JCCS – Speedhunters

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Hawthorne Effect The ‘Hawthorne Effect’ is a sort of reactivity that happens naturally when people change the way they act because they know they’re being watched. It’s what takes place when an observer — me — enters an unfamiliar space — Los Angeles, California — and goes around… observing. Despite what you might assume, I’m personally
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AR/VR in LA on October 18 – TechCrunch

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TechCrunch is heading to UCLA on October 18 and we’ve assembled some of the AR/VR industry’s most prescient founders, investors and executives to chat about the startups and trends driving virtual and augmented reality in 2018. The world’s top tech companies have heavily invested in AR/VR and are persistent in broadcasting the technologies’ potential to blur
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The Petersen’s Vault Unlocked – Speedhunters

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Stepping Into The Vault If you’re reading this, I’m sure you’re already well-versed in the greatness that is the Petersen Automotive Museum. I know for certain that many of you have been there yourselves, too. I’ve already said it, but every time I go to Los Angeles I try to make time to stop by and see
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How To Hakosuka In California

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Sonkei Blue The Nissan Skyline. Originally built by Prince Motor Company in the late 1950s as a compact luxury car aimed at executives, nearly every generation since has had broad collector appeal. Especially in the United States where the older generations were never offered; here any Skyline will create a buzz. As Prince Motor Company was
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A Widebody American Classic Built To Corner

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Teen Spirit Garrett Randall’s love for old school American muscle runs deep. Imagine yourself at five or six years old, or whenever it was that you started to develop actual, lasting interests; you wander into the garage, as one does, and day after day you’re met with a yellow De Tomaso Pantera. At first you
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