December 3, 2010

We stopped by Jenesis whilst in Osaka and all I can say is wow. For those of you mad about C-chassis Datsuns/Nissans and similar then THIS is the place to go. With a workshop crammed with Hakosukas and a parking lot beyond fill to the brim with anything from a C10 to a GTV Celica I was pretty stunned. It was starting to get dark but I managed to get a few shots in between the gaps in large C130 panels and big R30 taillights. The garage had two C10s currently being worked on and there was a customer mulling through the lot about to pick out their favourite to be carted away on a transporter. One of the guys working there started up one of the worked L series C10s and gave it a bit of foot which put a stupid grin on my mug. The shop there; as you can imagine; is all skyline with parts ranging from S20 cam covers to replica works racing C10 stickers to magazines and engines ready for a swap. I oogled for some time and dreamt about driving a particularly clean red C10 around Fuji Raceway before we left. I’d recommend at least stopping by their shop if you come to Japan.

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6 Responses to “”

  1. chomps said

    Nice work, all these japhotos are lovely, very lovely!

  2. Nigel said

    You caught the light on the Ken & Mary in a very distinct way, you can get pics
    like this near the end of the day. Beautiful !

  3. Nigel said

    You caught the light on the Ken & Mary in a very distinct way, most times you can only get pics
    like this near the end of the day. Beautiful !

  4. Matt Tregoweth said

    What lens do you use mainly bro?

  5. […] C10 Skyline at Jenesis, Osaka. Posted by Christopher Filed in Garages, Japan 2010, Photography ·Tags: C10 Skyline, […]

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