Motoring Middle East are looking forward to see us gather at their event on the 22nd of March. If you wish to attend then you will need to register first in the following link: http://themeet.ae/registration.php
We will be going there to represent 86cult.com.
For our members and fans who do not use Facebook; in-order to make it on our next gathering at THE MEET 13, please do:
1. Register your car at the http://themeet.ae/registration site. 2. Keep a print out of the registration confirmation that you will receive via email from THE MEET 13. 3. Show up in-front of Oasis center, on Sheikh Zayed Rd in Dubai, on March 22 at 1:00 pm.
Unlike Toyota, Nissan have always been the car maker that was less shy and made bolder more adventurous decisions when it comes to developing performance cars.
They built some of the most iconic Japanese performance cars in history; regardless the fact that some were not commercial successes.
The Datsun 510 was an average sedan that people somehow took for granted at first as it was a class leader at the time. Today, many are valuing and restoring those 510s.
The above pictured one recently featured at Jay Leno’s Garage. Finished in Voodoo Blue (Toyota FJ Cruiser Blue); It was merely a rusting body shell when first brought by its owner, Greg Elliot, who is actually one of the crew working in Jay’s Tonight Show’s.
This is nicely and genuinely built car with beautiful personal touches and finishes that makes it something worth living with, for a lifetime.
Check out the full video about this special 510 from Jay Leno’s Garage; just try to bear his vague sense of humor:
RUF introduced this aerodynamic body kit for the 86.
Built for the purpose of enhancing air flow, brake cooling and down force; this kit allows minimal air resistance and air trapping.
Regardless of the subtlety of this kit’s design, it looks somehow appealing and the nice giant diffuser coupled with a quad exhaust system in the back is not really a killer contrasting element. In the end of the day, there was a significant focus on function here.