and i didn’t get any further than the parking lot. Because yeah, Super Street sponsored a Japanese car cruise-in.
the lady and i made a day trip (~4 hrs each way) to LA for this event, with only a couple hours or so between the out and back. traffic by the time we got there was already becoming a nightmare, all the intersections in the area jammed, and pretty much all of the neighborhood streets you’d use to cut over to the next major street blocked (either by construction or “local traffic only”); we ended up a good 3/4 mile away.
Walking into the garage, we’re greeted by a sinister black R34 Skyline.
Further on, we find this interesting bit:
just over from that is this display of camber (which jalopnik insists on rotating for some reason?):
the R35 contingent was represented:
then caught this nice looking 510 passing by on the street as we headed up to the next level:
moving on up, we found one solitary LFA
and a couple more unique ones; never even heard of the Nissan Figaro, and i didn’t get the name of the blue hatch.
other generations of skyline were present as well, including at least one R33, another R34, and a couple R32s
another rotary bit that showed not one or two but three examples was the RX-3
a few other random shots and bits
ending with what looked to be a not so pleasant chat with the officer.
I’d call it worth the trip; still need another trip to actually make it inside the museum though.