This L.A. Car Show Is What The Future Of Car Collecting Will Look Like
Photography by Abhi Chatterjee and Chris Gonzalez
Is the Honda Civic a collector car? A silly question, of course, because the right Civic is most definitely a collectible, as evidenced by the recent Japanese Classic Car Show (JCCS) Street Neo Classics ’80s and ’90s event. Toyota Supras, Mazda RX-7s, and Nissan 300ZX models rubbed shoulders with rare, modified, and race-tuned versions of Japan’s best vehicles from more than 30 years ago.
As JCCS says, “What hot rods were to the 1950s, what muscle cars were to the 1970s and early ‘80s, these cars are to our modern era.”
The JCCS always puts on a great show, and this event was no exception. It was a welcome trip down memory lane, and the cars in attendance provided more than enough ideas to fuel a weeks’ worth of Craigslist browsing to find something for next year…