Pumped: The Silver Sedan

April 21, 2009

Photos of this car have been around for donkeys ages. Although few, grainy and typical japanese sized, they are commonly reposted on 1200 forums for good reason. This this is as straight and clean as many B110’s dream too be. So after being bugged from another B110 owner for pictures of silver sedans for I don’t know how long, and after looking through my quick selection of silver sedans, this one obviously came up heads. Won’t you know it, it’s those two bloody small grainy pictures again. Time to put some effort into finding some real pictures of it. Thankyou Minkara


This photo is quite the opposite of “those” two pictures, wallpaper size.

GX bullet mirrors, front lip and some pumped as can be wheel arches are just a few of the exterior pieces in view. Some sedan owners from the west might notice the polished trunk trim and the muffler hanging out there too.

It’s been around for a while now, these three photos are from 2005, way to keep it in one piece dude!

What did I tell ya? Straight, clean and very shiny. Still turning the A series under there, no doubt with a tight twin sidedraft setup hanging off the side.

“Cam 78 ° (Tomei) Valve Springs (Tomei) pistons (Rhodes Pitt) call KAMUSUPUROKETTO block correction plane surface outside + call + head + valve seat valve guide set adjustment + bowling + Balance lightweight crank block (Tomei) head port machining process INMANIPOTO + + mirror processed Connecting Rod (Auto MIKAMI) SOREKKUSU many parts plated cab 44 foot octopus SUTENMESSHUHOSU Newbolt MIKAMIORIJINARUWANOFUMAFURA isometry pie”

I love Japlish, and such you can read it yourself : )

Hardparked

The cleanliness stretches to the interior with a pair of classic styled “bucket” seats fulling up the front. What you can’t see here is centre console, gauges, wooden gearknob, three spoke wheel and checkered carpets.

Now, the best part. Wheels. Previously fitted with a set of deep XR4’s as seen below, it now sports 13×8 -5 Hayashi Streets. Pirelli P5000 175/50/13’s wrap up the package.

The two photos in question, may you live on to be reposted another 15730248 times

It’s not the lowest, or the fastest but it sure has got to be one of the straightest and more well kept 1200’s out there. I noticed a Mikami Auto sticker now on its windscreen, they do good work.

– Chris

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10 Responses to “Pumped: The Silver Sedan”

  1. jakeeee said

    LOL! thanks dude. Looks shit hot all round,except the gurad/flares :S You could have easily tucked that tyre rim package under factory metal with some camber and adjustments! factory metal ftw!

    SICK!

  2. andygallagher said

    Thats is so sexual pretty much exactly what I want to do with mine. Im going to go work on it right now!

  3. andygallagher said

    Also the mirrors change between photos not sure which I like best

  4. colink said

    That is very nice indeed oh and those wheels yes please

  5. slappythehomelessclown said

    Looks insanely awesome

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