Petersen Museum Japanese Car Cruise-In is JDM Heaven
Los Angeles JDM cars come together in a meeting at one of the world's most prominent automotive museums in the world. The Petersen hosted Japanese car enthusiasts with some breakfast and a lot to look at.
Japanese Car Breakfast Cruise-In
The Petersen Automotive Museum holds cruise-in events on the top floor of the building's parking structure on the last Sunday of each month. This month, they played host to the best of LA's JDM cars. Japanese cars of all brands were represented.
The event planners had indicated that Supras would be in focus. Enthusiasts of all ages celebrate the return of the legendary sports car by bringing out their own in numbers on this cloudy Sunday morning.
There was a lot to see at the Petersen. Plenty of cars came and went during the 3-hour period of the show. Having a proper look at every car up there would take you the full 3 hours, and then some.
There were noteworthy and eye-catching cars everywhere we looked. These are some of the highlights that captured our imagination throughout the show.
Bring a Trailer NSX Look Better than New
Bring a Trailer had a presence as a sponsor for the event. This mint NSX is the perfect marketing piece for BaT to get people to log onto their website and make some bids.
Everywhere you Look
There was certainly no shortage of Supras at the Petersen that morning.
The Nissan Z lineage is alive and well.
And so is the legendary GT-R.
We can never get tired of seeing the original NSX.
Lexus LF A
The Lexus supercar turned heads at the show.
What's better than one AE86? Two, of course. Though these weren't the only ones in attendance. More than 3 decades after they seized production of these RWD Corollas, the enthusiasm is still alive and well. This writer is particularly happy to see these little monsters anytime.
One more for the Road
Another NA1 just looking so good on a set of white TEs.
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