Author Archive: Corinne

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If you’re ready for an adventure, this 4×4 Delica is ready to take you there! It’s equipped with the 4 cylinder turbo diesel motor, and standard Hi/Lo transfer case. This van is in very good condition for a Delica, as most are used and abused. This one is used, but definitely not abused. The paint has a few scratches, but presents very nicely. Black trim shows the typical fading, but no cracks or damage. Some very light surface rust is present in a couple places where paint has been scraped on the bull bar, but again nothing serious and can easily be touched up. We wanted to present the exterior as is, and let the new owner decide if it’s worth fixing, or if it’s just going to get more scratches in the woods! I myself would consider the light wear to be just the patina of an off road vehicle and wouldn’t worry about [...]

A very nicely modified BNR32 1990 Nissan Skyline GTR. Extremely clean inside and out. This car came to us with a rebuilt motor upgraded with HKS twin turbos and downpipe already installed. The car has an upgraded fuel system with a SARD FPR, Greddy fuel rail, and Nismo 550cc injectors. Coils have been upgraded to Splitfire’s and the coil harness seems recently replaced and in excellent condition. When it arrived to us the car was having typical MAF sensor issues and we weren’t happy with the tuning, so we addressed that with a Haltech ECU, Haltech Wideband O2, and Haltech Boost controller. We then had the car dyno tuned at Dynosty in Louisville, KY and it made 415whp. The coils/harness and MAF issue are two of the common problems GTR owners are plagued with, and they both have been taken care of on this car. See the full mods list below for all aftermarket parts installed.

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This 1992 Toyota Aristo is bone stock. This is the ultimate sleeper, with the twin turbo 2JZ-GTE in an unassuming, rear wheel drive, full sized sedan.

Air conditioning and heat both work with the automatic climate control. The air purifier also works. The stereo is equipped with both a CD and tape player and an 11 speaker sound system, which sounds great. The mirrors have the feature where they vibrate to get the water off.

The Navy Blue paint has a slight pearl to it. There are several parking scuffs all around the car. The worst spots are above the rear wheels. Some spots have been touched up, but it could use a paint correction. The roof, hood, and trunk all shine nicely with no scratches or clear coat problems. The paint on this car looks like it’s been parked inside it’s whole life, but in a very tight parking spot.

The seats are very [...]

It will be tough to find a nicer Beat in the US. This car has extremely low miles, and was very well cared for in Japan. The paint shines nicely with only a couple of minor door dings. Mechanically the car is excellent. Exactly what you would expect from a car with only 32k km’s on the odometer. We had a JEVIC odometer certification performed before the vehicle left Japan to insure the mileage was correct.

 

The three cylinder 656cc MTREC engine starts and runs very well. These cars are a bit buzzy at lower RPMs, but the ITB’s really sing from 5k all the way to the 8500 RPM redline. And they love to be driven at higher RPMs. It may be small, but the tight suspension, precise steering, and high revving mid-engine design makes for a truly unique sports car experience.

 

The interior is very well kept, with the only major blemishes being [...]

A truly rare find! This Hakosuka Skyline 2000GT can be described as a true survivor car. It has had some paint work, but has not been cut for flares, and wears what appears to be an original rare vinyl top. The car is completely stock excluding the wheels. Even the stock radio and 8 track player are present. This car is also equipped with the dealer option AC unit, and it still blows cold and functions exactly as it should. The interior is excellent for it’s age. As is typical on these cars, the carpet has faded, but is still present and not torn up. The car also has original Skyline rubber mats. The drivers seat has a seam coming apart that we will have re-sewn, but otherwise the seats are in excellent shape. The dashpad unfortunately has one crack, but replacements are still available. The headliner does not sag, and all other trim panels [...]

This 1988 Crown Wagon is equipped with the inline 6 cylinder supercharged 1G-GZE engine. For when you have one more place to go and you don’t want to waste any time. We bought it because we thought it was funny that someone chose this car to convert into a hearse.

It starts right up and runs great. The A/C blows cold and the “swing” feature on the center vents works properly. Equipped with the original 14″ wheels, we put new tires on as soon as we got it in. It rains A LOT in Kentucky, so we’ve been able to confirm that the sunroof does not leak and opens and closes properly. Power windows and locks all work, however the lock cylinder for the rear hatch floats around the hole a little. The rear windows are tinted and beginning to show some wrinkles.

The car was originally silver and has been repainted black. There are [...]

Each of our shift knobs is hand turned by Bird, so each one is unique. The center has a brass rod, so these are much heavier than your typical wood shift knobs. They are made of a man-made laminated wood product. There are many other colors available, so don’t hesitate to contact us for a custom order.

Available thread sizes: 12×1.25, 10×1.25, 8×1.25. Please specify which one you need in the “Notes” section when you order.

Each of our shift knobs is hand turned by Bird, so each one is unique. The center has a brass rod, so these are much heavier than your typical wood shift knobs. They are made of a man-made laminated wood product. There are many other colors available, so don’t hesitate to contact us for a custom order.

Available thread sizes: 12×1.25, 10×1.25, 8×1.25. Please specify which one you need in the “Notes” section when you order.

Each of our shift knobs is hand turned by Bird, so each one is unique. The center has a brass rod, so these are much heavier than your typical wood shift knobs. They are made of a man-made laminated wood product. There are many other colors available, so don’t hesitate to contact us for a custom order.

Available thread sizes: 12×1.25, 10×1.25, 8×1.25. Please specify which one you need in the “Notes” section when you order.

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