Just a few days ago a Skyline club by the name of Skyline Yushikai hosted a meeting at Fuji Speedway. Yushikai pretty much translates to “Skyline Warrior Club” and the members are all classic Skyline owners. This was their annual central Japan meeting and one of our newest Japanese photographers Park Baker was kind enough to cover the event for us. Most of the cars that showed up are from near Tokyo, but a few drove from up to 9 or 10 hours away. There were about 100 cars in attendance, with almost all of them being pre-1980 skylines. Besides Skylines there were also many other classic Nissans present. We’ll open the coverage up with this beautiful Nissan Skyline C110 GT-R “Kenmeri” on top!

Photos By: Park Baker exclusively for StanceNation.com

This gorgeous Nissan C210 Skyline 2000 GT-ES had everything going for it. It looked as if it just rolled of the showroom floor. It may not be everyones favorite generation but we love it. Perhaps the bright red KPGC-10 in the back may tickle your fancy? Make sure you scroll down on the very bottom of this post to see more of it.

We posted a photo of this widebody Nissan S30 Fairlady-Z on our facebook yesterday which you seemed to love very much. Particularly the ridiculously wide lips of those Panasport G7 C8S wheels. No idea on the width or offsets unfortunately. Make sure you hit the Read More button below for a ton more photos!

This Nissan Skyline C110 2000 GT looked stunning! What do you guys think!?

Obviously not a Skyline but this Nissan C130 Laurel SGX was definitely sexy!

Another Nissan Skyline C110 2000 GT.

And of course the Nissan Skyline C110.


Nissan Skyline C110 2000 GT “Kenmeri”

Then we come to this thing. It’s a Nissan 610 Bluebird-U GTX rocking a set of unique SSR Techno Shadow wheels. We’re pretty speechless at the moment so we’ll let the photos do the talking.

Last but not least we have this awesome Nissan Skyline KPGC-10 GT-R sitting on some flashy Watanabes! Quite an attractive color combo on this bad boy wouldn’t you say?

31 Responses

  1. jason

    Oh my gaaaawwwddddd!!!!! That’s is theeeee most incredible bunch of Nissan’s I ever did see. Lovely pics.

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  2. tyrone

    These cars would have to go in the catagory of “the most beautiful cars i ever seen”. They need no explaination.

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  3. A.King

    lols i read the title and thought it was the yellow R32 from last week…so wrong.

    love that bluebird!

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  4. Xima

    Beautiful legendary rides!
    by the way Hot Wheels is doing some good job in this direction,
    maybe soon we might see a “stance” line series =)

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  5. Keebler

    I don’t know how you can say they’re all on the same wheels

    the red c10 is on watanabes

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    • Super Him

      Because English is the universal language. The worldwide market for Japanese cars is bigger than Japan itself and Japan has the biggest car manufacturer, so it would be better to name the cars people everywhere can relate to. It’s common sense.

      Reply

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