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My Datsun 510 is a work in progress. I was into Datsun's the day after I was born and this was the car literally rode in. So my interest in cars recently came about when I saw our family's old 510 rusting in a field for the past 25 years, until 2009 when I decided to take it on as my restoration project. Thought I'd start this blog about just different stuff that interests me (not just cars but hobbies too). This car is not for sale nor will it ever be for sale. *If your car is featured here against your wishes or you see incorrect information, please contact me at classicdatsuns@gmail.com , and I will make any necessary changes. Have fun viewing. I am not affiliated with any sponsors, company, or body shop. I'm just a dude that likes Datsuns.

Friday, September 17, 2010

JCCS 2010 Part 2

Here is part two of my trip to JCCS.  ENj0Y!



Here's an owner proudly displaying his blue Datsun.


Above is an orange 70's Toyota Celica liftback. Havn't had enough orange-ness yet??
Below is an orange S30 (Datsun 240z) with all the goodies.









Nissan Skyline power.

This owner is using "Racing Hart C4" rims.  Enough clearance for the Wilwood calipers.
I use to own a set of C4's on my Honda Accord so I got excited when I saw these.  I even had my center caps too.


What a surprise!  Another orange S30 next to a green Datsun pick-up.  Is there a Kyusha Team Orange that I don't know about?





This guy made the drive from British Columbia with his little Honda hatch. When Civic's were infants =P.



It's bad luck to name a car a man's name.  Wonder if the licence plate is referring to the car or the owner.



Here are some vintage/retro race cars that Toyota brought to the show.  They still look like they can tear up a track in a heartbeat.


A Toyota model "T" hot rod truck??


This is a rare sight for me seeing this Mazda pickup.  Rotary power.


More of the "Wankelholics" rotary engine crew.


Here was the first booth I went to.  It was the Kameari booth. Here's an excerpt from their site:
"Established in 1978 and based in Tokyo, Japan, KAMEARI Engine Works specializes in manufacturing a line of high quality, proven products for classicToyota and Datsun/Nissan vehicles. With over 30 years of experience in classic car tuning, KAMEARI is the trusted choice of classic racers, tuners and restorers in Japan."

Kameari USA - Irvine, CA tel:949-336-6299




Toda Racing had a small setup at the show as well.  



I just think of the Speed Racer cartoon when I see this.



Here's a Hakosuka KGC10.  Early 70's model Skyline at the Shinzo booth.  More on this car and the owner later. =D



Turning to my right from shooting the Hakosuka, was this Bre Datsun 510.  I see so many of these graphics schemes copied, that its getting harder to tell the real from the replicas. I'm personally not a fan of the paint and graphics but it's still an early part of Japanese car racing in North America. Cool.


The Bre 510 come outfitted with an original L-series engine.  My eyes aren't trained enough to tell if this is an L16, L16b, or L18.  Beautiful engine work though.  I'd like to know what kind of radiator he's using, I should have checked.  I'm still gathering info getting ready for my 510 build.

Part 3 to follow soon.

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