• Japanese Muscle?

    Here at Eastwood our roots are in vintage American steel. While most are die-hard American Muscle fans, I tend to stray from the norm and enjoy seeking out oddball cars to lust over. A recent pipe-dream project of mine has been a nostalgic Japanese car. After finding the Japanese Nostalgic Car Blog/Fourms I can't seem to get my mind off of building a vintage Japanese car.

    Most might cringe at the thought of even discussing tinkering with Japanese cars. I think this is because of the period of "Fast and the Furious" copycat cars that instantly makes most turn their nose when these cars are discussed. But if you look past that, there is a community restoring vintage Toyotas, Hondas, Mazdas, Mitsubishis, Datsun/Nissans, Subarus, and most anything JDM with the same care that you may take on your 69 Camaro or your 57 Chevy.

    I am currently keeping my eyes out for a large 70's Toyota sedan (the look of a 70's Cressida lowered makes my heart melt) for a fun cruiser, and a little Honda CVCC project to "hotrod" with a friend of mine. Just something about rolling up to a car gathering, and people scratching their heads! Either way, we are all trying to restore classic cars around here, and everyone can bond over the hard work put into each others ride.

    Here are a few of my recent favorite Classic Japanese Car pictures I've found while browsing. Enjoy!

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  • 2011 Das Awkscht Fescht Coverage

    Each year there are a number of large vintage car and truck shows held in the sleepy little town of Macungie, PA. One of the largest and most anticipated is the Das Awkscht Fescht. People come from all over the U.S. to check out this amazing gathering of Antique and Classic Cars.

    This year I decided to attend and snap some pictures to share with anyone that couldn't make it. Even though rain was in the forecast all weeked, there were some pretty nice periods of sunshine, and the event was an overall success. We can't wait for the next event in Macungie, and hope to see you there!

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