You might notice that there’s a “simple but effective” theme when it comes to the cars I generally tend to feature here. That’s not really a coincidence; these are often my favourite kind of builds and I find myself naturally attracted to them when I see the cars out and about.
I don’t even really need to give this meet an introduction, simply take a look at the video below to see what it was all about! I’ll post some photos from this particular evening shortly.
I spotted this 4-door Skyline in the Motorland Mikawa pits at the A-Bo-Moon-organised R32-only drift day. Not only did it look great but, further inspection revealed this build was also wonderfully simple. Pretty exterior with basic mechanicals: this is something that a lot of UK and European builds could learn from.
I crammed as much footage as physically possible into my A-Bo-Moon R32-day drifting video, so I decided to make a shorter edit that focused solely on the on-board footage I captured from inside A-Bo Satsukawa’s 4-door R32. As the team leader of A-Bo-Moon, it’s awesome to see how much confidence he has drifting with his team mates. Enjoy the video below!
Following on from my previous post covering one of the lesser-known A-Bo-Moon R32s, Yasuhisa Haramiishi’s Volk TE37-wearing 4-door Skyline should need no introduction, having been featured in numerous videos and photo shoots in the past.