Old School Japanese Car Meet - The Mitty, Road Atlanta - Garage Zero 2009
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May 1st-3rd, 2009
Garage Zero was out in full force. There were a lot of old schoolers. --lot of really cool cars. --only Japanese cars in this vid, but there were plenty of other makes/models.
We camped out on Saturday. --got a chance to do touring laps, both, Saturday and Sunday. Towards the end you'll see our Datsun 710 and FB rx-7. Video was being shot from a Corolla TE31.
I had to shorten the vid a little bit, so some of the music is out of sync to where it was supposed to be. I already see so much that needs work and I'm already working on it--in the videography department. --hope to bring you more! Enjoy!!
10/12/08 Japanese Classic Car Show 08
4th Annual Japanese Classic Car Show at
Hidden Valley Park, Irvine, California.
My favorites of the show were Yakuza looking Toyota Century, the ALMS
ST165, Mooneyes Crown, Black "Japanese Mustang" Celica and the White ST165.
Radiohead-House of Cards
JDM Legend - The Tale of Three cars - Josh Clason
This vid is about three unique cars that roll down the streets with a high
credible reputation and meaning behind the three cars. Owners like, Mark
Arcenal from Fatlace, has told a unique perspective of why his love for his
cars are more than just metal.
JCCS 2011 Japanese Classic Car Show
JCCS 2011 7th Annual Japanese Classic Car Show
@ the Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA.
Music by Dj Krush - On the Dub-ble
LINK for pictures from event
OLD SCHOOL JAPANESE CAR MONTAGE!!!
Were ahead of our time...are you???
JASSIC is a term coined by Brenda Ayala and Diasiss in June of 2006. The
moderators of http://WWW.JASSICS.COM have originated this term to describe
a Japanese classic car and culture. It is combined from two words -
Japanese and classic.A JASSIC can refer to many cars considered Japanese
and classic, but the word classic as used with the term JASSIC doesnt
necessarily mean a Japanese car 25 years or older. It is used with this
definition of classic below.
Belonging to the highest rank or class;
Serving as the established model or standard-a classic.
Having lasting significance or worth; enduring.
http://WWW.JASSICS.COM moderator DIASISS known for being controversial,
innovative, and ambitious, was becoming frustrated with most car cultures
not recognizing Japanese cars and their controversial urban culture. In an
attempt to combat popular culture and solve this problem he thought it
would be wise to invent a coined term to which he is quoted saying if you
can know a car type and culture by simply saying American Muscle or
Tunerwhy not a term for the ghetto and urban old-school Japanese cars and
culture!!! Brenda Ayala suggested, why not call them JASSICS??? which
caught on very quickly and was very well received once used.The term was
also created to make a statement to the car world that Japan CAN make a
classic car and can be recognized as a force and rival for American and
European classic cars to reckon with.. The terms JASSIC and JASSCAR
(Japanese classic car) have caught on very quickly since
Not to be confused with Tuners, JASSIC culture has a very new approach to
the car world. JASSIC cars can be defined as, but not limited to80s 70s and
early 90s Toyota's, Nissan's, Mitsubishi's, Acura's, Infiniti's, Lexus, and
Mazda's with style and aggressive design that look like they were designed
to make a statement of pride to the Japanese car world and world alike.
This is being done without excessive and overdone commercial friendly
customizing. Some notable Jassics include:
Mitsubishi Starion's/Chrysler Conquest TSI's
MK1,MK2 and MK3 Supra's
Early model Nissan Maxima's
Classic Nissan Z cars
Classic Mazda Rx7's
The motto of http://WWW.JASSICS.COM isYES JASSICS CAN!!!
Some catch-phrases of Jassics.com are JASSICS...the final car statement,
"The NEXT car movement", "you're either with us...or behind us!"
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