2 Clean B110s

June 25, 2011

It seems the more I search the more I come upon amazing sunny builds and I keep thinking about the effort that gets put into them. Its huge and I can only wish more had the care, patience and money to do these cars justice like the two cars above. Via: Sanikichi

Technical Factory KB110

June 14, 2011

Technical Factory KB110 looking pretty good! Not much else to say really, it’s pretty perfect in it’s style. The facelift bonnet, TS chinsupo, bubble flares and bob tail fit super well together. Above all that though, it’s clean and straight!

Via: sunnyday and crewday!!

April 7, 2011

Tim Dorset hard over the hill at Hampton Downs / March, 2011

April 6, 2011

Let me keep this going, four sunny posts in a row! Today Ian posted a photo of Dennis Turkovic’s CA18DET 1200 at the Bateman’s Bay AMSAG rally last year. Love it, the scenery makes me want to shoot rally really badly but I know I’d probably end up taking photos of the spectators in the bush instead hah

February 2, 2010

We’ve seen this coupe a few times now, it’s one of my favourites
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January 21, 2010

January 2, 2010

BILS Suspension Bullets – BARDAHL サニー110 Shakedown

Sunny Guide: Version Blue

November 29, 2009


Could this be the same car as the version blue coupe? all signs are pointing to yes.
13×8 and 9 SSR MKIIs stuffed under the overfenders are pleasing and the bobtail/classic TS lip is something I dream of
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Sunny Guide: GX5 Coupe

November 22, 2009

I am pretty happy to see there is a feature of this GX5 in the tuning guide, finally some details.

Notes: 7J + 8J Streets, half cage, dogleg 56 5 speed, Tomei infused A13 with option alloy pan, A048 semi slicks, facelift dash and what look to be like zed option race seats? or that style otherwise.

What would a trip to Australia be without some sort of Datsun meet? Ian pushed to get his new 1200 coupe running, so he could drive down from Sydney for a quick yarn. Now he tells me that it’s a work in progress and getting it running was stage one, yet I will not be in Australia to shoot it when it’s laying some rail so we went ahead with it anyhow.

He hasn’t had it long but already its showing lots of potential. Powered by a bored out and cammed A14, and roaring through a pair of Webers it went pretty well up that Mt Keira road.
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