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Japanese cars still waiting for consistent concours recognition

Amelia Island concours d’elegance founder Bill Warner called it “a coup for us,” the featuring of a Japanese car on the show field back...

Japanese classics showcased at Long Beach show

The Japanese Classic Car Show, known colloquially as JCCS, has established itself as the nation’s largest and most-renowned annual event centered specifically around vintage...

Fast and Furious: Film franchise ignited America’s interest in JDMs

It’s been about 20 years since the premiere of The Fast and the Furious, when we saw Vin Diesel in a classic Dodge Charger...

Drifting: Heritage and collectibility

(Editor’s note: During the month of January, the ClassicCars.comJournal presents a series of stories related to and perhaps explaining the recent increase in interest in collecting cars...

America’s largest inventory of JDM cars

(Editor’s note: During the month of January, the ClassicCars.com Journal presents a series of stories related to and perhaps explaining the recent increase in interest in collecting cars...

My addiction to classic Acuras

This month, I’ve put a “historic” Arizona license plate on my 1996 Acura TL since it was built in December 1995 and is hitting...

2000GT, Cosmo were early Japanese exotic sports cars

(Editor’s note: During the month of January, the ClassicCars.com Journal presents a series of stories related to and perhaps explaining the recent increase in interest in...

Interest, values boom as Datsun 240Z passes half-century mark with style

The Datsun 240Z was a breakthrough for Japanese automakers, and just as it raised appreciation of performance cars from Japan a half century ago, it is leading the charge today for vintage Japanese collector cars.

How and why did Japanese cars become collectible?

Historians tell us that although Torao Yamaha built a steam-powered bus as early as 1904, the first made-in-Japan passenger car was the gasoline-fueled Takuri, produced by Komanosuke Uchiyama in 1907.

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