RO in Japan | Nagoya Exciting Car Show Parking Lot Spottings

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Whenever I saw online photo coverage of an event in Japan, there are always cool cars in the parking lot. After spending a couple of hours inside of Port Messe Dome, we ventured out to the parking lot to see if we can find anything special.

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The parking lot did not disappoint, there were cars out here that should have been inside the show. Check out this Supra on TE37s with 326 Power extended lug nuts.

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Chaser drift cars stuntin’ in the front row of the parking lot.

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Crazy 180sx with a wild body kit.

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 Aero for days.

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This rootbeer Aristo was something else as well.

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You would rarely see a big body car like this Aristo done up like this in the United States. Static low with a drift set up interior and boosted.

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and then the rear is insane with all of those exhaust pipes.

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S15 built for time attack.

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R32s were so common in this parking lot. It was like seeing a Camry in the States.

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Cool seeing Supras in Japan, but they weren’t my cup of tea.

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 AE86s were spotted many times as well in this parking lot.

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A Levin coupe on some Work Equips 01.

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This is apparently a CRV with a GTR front end. Japan is so crazy!

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 Crazy how R32s are just basic cars in Japan, where in America we go ape shit when we see one in the streets.

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 I was pretty excited that I got to see the K’s BPA Benz. I love the way this car was built and was going to modify my IS250 to something like this.

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 Mercedes Perfection.

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 There was also an anime convention next to the show so that explained these cars…

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Every single Legacy that I encountered over here in Japan was built so correct. It inspired me to want to build my brother’s legacy.

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LB 350Z.

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Bagged Verossa.

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Thanks again for checking out our coverage of the Nagoya Exciting car show. We hope to bring more crazy car coverage from Japan in the future.



I just want to travel and see cool things. Follow me on Instagram and twitter @nguminh and @thefoodadventurist.

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