In my latest email from Ewan (the man behind Hayatonka.com) I received a stack of photos that he thought I might enjoy. Obviously I did, as such I thought I would share them all with you (with permission of course). So, here they are! Further inspiration for me to get my C110 finished as well as just general enjoyment. I wish my brother still had an MA61, that was a comfortable 80′s cruiser that would happily break traction when-ever you felt fit. Ewan is also someone who appreciates the Celica Supra XX, being the proud owner of a supercharged 1UZ powered MA61. I think I might put in a request for a stack of photos of that so I can share it with you all. In the meantime though, enjoy these shots;
Quite the contrast to be seen between the slammed on wires boat-tail Riviera and the bog stock Celica, such is the wonder of Japan. If you’re not familiar with their MoonEyes events, I would suggest taking a wander around the internet to check it out. Always something awesome to be seen… …I’ll share another few pictures and then you can take a gander at the gallery of 57 images on the retro-classics flickr.com account.
Here’s another modification/alteration that is becoming more and more popular globally and that’s to put carbs on an RB. Sounds good to me! Though personally I’ll be sticking to the L-series for a while yet.
Last but not the end (if you click the gallery link) is a fine example of a pair of asses. The rear of a KGC210 with flares, spoiler, diffuser and other modifications, beside that of a KHC130 (butaketsu) in a much more standard guise.
…and here the gallery link;