Goo-Net: Best Kei Ever Edition

I have not made my love of the Mitsubishi Minica Dangan ZZ-4 a secret here. It's a monster. The combination of a 660cc 3-pot with 5 valves per cylinder that revs to 9500 rpm and the computer-controlled AWD system that later appeared in the Lancer Evolution stuffed into a car the size and weight of a lunchbox produces… » 9/26/14 10:04pm 9/26/14 10:04pm

Goo-Net: Toyota Mark II GSYes!

One of my favorite Japanese nostalgic (it's a Japanese car, they aren't classics, they're nostalgics) cars is the the second-generation Toyota Mark II. The Mark II is the sportier, more stylish, more luxurious sister car to the Corona. Out of all the second-generation Mark IIs, the most desirable is easily the GSS,… » 7/13/14 3:03pm 7/13/14 3:03pm

Goo-Net: Two more years, and we can be in kei heaven.

Ask most Jalops what the best kei car of all time is, and they'll probably say the Autozam AZ-1 or Suzuki Cappuccino or if they want to sound all super-cool and alternative, the Honda Beat. All these people are wrong. Dead wrong. The best kei car of all time (old 2-stroke rear-engine Guigiaro-bodied Suzuki Cervo… » 7/13/14 1:23pm 7/13/14 1:23pm

Found on Goo-Net: PMC.YES Edition

When it comes to vintage Skylines, everybody wants the Hakosuka and Kenmeri GT-Rs, but this here is where the legend started: the Prince 2000 GT-B. It's a classic factory hot rod, a car built for racing by a bunch of dedicated engineers within the company working after hours to show what they could do on the racetrack. » 6/24/14 12:34am 6/24/14 12:34am