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1995 Mazda RX-7 FD3S – The Ultimate Rotary Powered Sports Car

1995 Mazda RX-7 FD3S – The Ultimate Rotary Powered Sports Car After two generations cementing the lightweight Mazda RX-7’s legacy melding fascinating looks to the high-revving rotary engine’s peaky power delivery, the advanced third generation debuted in 1993 (chassis code FD3S) blowing past familiar expectations. But substantial year-over-year improvements saw the RX-7 apex by 1995…

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Fastest Japanese Cars Ever Produced

Fastest Japanese Cars Ever Produced – While Japanese auto manufacturers no longer chase top-speed crowns like during the 1990s horsepower wars, several historic production models from the major Japanese automakers have delivered face-melting, license-losing velocity complementing their precise handling. Below we highlight the fastest and often most powerful cars from key heavy hitters Toyota, Honda,…

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RX7 Rally Car Pedigree Rotary Power on Rally Stages

RX7 Rally car with its unique rotary engine and rear-wheel drive layout, the Mazda RX-7 sports car seems an unlikely choice for the demands of professional rally racing. But in national and international events throughout the 1980s and 1990s, specially prepped RX-7s became giant slayers besting more powerful rivals. Through extensive modifications and smart driving, Mazda…

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Japan Coupes – Legendary Rally

Japan coupe are Small Cars, Big Thrills While rallying is dominated by turbocharged hatchbacks, some of Japan’s most beloved rally cars come in the form of agile, lightweight coupes. Models like the Toyota Celica, Mitsubishi Eclipse, and Mazda RX-7 left an indelible mark on the World Rally Championship through sheer speed, giant-killing victories, and cult…

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JDM cars of the 90s

JDM’s Defining Cars of the 1990s

The 1990s marked a renaissance for innovative JDM cars. Advanced designs and technologies elevated driving experiences to new heights. Let’s revisit some of the most important JDM cars of the 90s that pioneered the decade. Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32) The R32 Skyline GTR stormed onto the scene in 1989. Its race-derived ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive…

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Itasha – Cars Embracing Anime Culture

Itasha refers to a form of Japanese car customization centered around anime and manga graphics. Vivid illustrations and characters adorn both exterior and interior. Let’s examine itasha’s origins and what defines this unique automotive subculture. Roots in Racing Culture Japanese racing cars historically displayed vibrant liveries and names. Custom anime graphics evolved from this culture…

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