It’s Thursday, and that means it’s almost time for the weekend. It also means that it’s time for our second Thursday Shoutout, thw new weekly post to give some love to the cars and projects of the Speedhunters readers from around the world.
Here are some of the highlights from our recent batch of submissions.
(Above) 1930 Ford Model A Tudor, Cameron from New Zealand
1990 Toyota Supra, Axel from Auckland, New Zealand
1960 Fiat 600, Harold Hillhouse from Yucaipa, California
Lexus IS200, Jaewoo Kim from South Korea
2008 Seat Leon Cupra, Antonis Konidakis from Heraklion-Crete, Greece
1997 Nissan 240SX, Jonathan Golden from El Paso, Texas
KE70 Toyota Corolla, Eamonn from Ireland
2005 Honda S2000, Yen-Wei Liu from Pasadena, California
VW Golf GTI Mk2, Mark from Germany
1967 Chevy Camaro SS/RS, Dominic Gutierrez from Santa Maria, California
1990 BMW 535i, Mike Black from Oregon, USA
1971 Mini Clubman 1275GT, Jonathan Hampton from West Yorkshire, England
JZX90 Toyota Chaser, Shawn Hawley from Alberta, Canada
1973 Honda TN-7, Zulfi from Bandung,Indonesia
1995 Subaru Impreza Wagon, Seriate from Italy
Ford Mustang GT500, Flawless Rides from San Diego, California
Keep them coming everyone!
If you have a cool car or build story that you think is worthy of being featured on Speedhunters, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please make sure to include your name and location, as well as some basic details and specs, along with at least 5-10 photographs. Photos should be no less than 800 pixels wide.
Since we’ve been getting a lot of interest from our Japanese readers as well, here’s the Japanese translation –
3 Cars that caught my attention:
Axel's 90' Toyota Supra
Eamonn's KE70 Toyota Corolla
Zulfi's 73' Honda TN-7
Here is the link to the build thread of IS200
That's what it's all about - Seriate from Italy and his pal having a laugh in the Impreza. Nice pic.
By the way, that BMW e34 has been m62b44 v8 swapped 6 speed on a Powerdyne bd11a. Fun, when it doesn't rain.
That MK2 Golf has some nice rims. The Mustang in the last picture has some tall tires, kinda looks like a drag car.
Good ol Mike there keeping it real, helping spread the word that it is always raining in Oregon. Nice shots, the 240 from TX looks mean.