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!!
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