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It has been quite a while since I have a) posted a bunch of photos within a singular post and b) done any kind of writing on here, however I thought these above photos deserved to be posted somewhat soonish. A few of you may know a photo spread across the internet via twitter a month or so ago of haruguchi-sans world renowned BN SPORTS 326 POWER mid-millennium styled FC3S RX-7 with no location attached, mind you. I have just concluded another trip to Japan and somehow managed to stumble across this without any desire or search so please enjoy the photos and respect that this car is still somewhat together and alive in some way or another and not recycled into street signs. peace x

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June 15th, 2011

If you keep up to date with either our Facebook or Twitter you’ll know that we’ve continuously been posting images from Mitsuru – 326 Power all week. Over the past few days I’ve been trying pretty hard to smash posts from my latest trip to Japan which has made me think more and more about the country itself and what it has to offer. After the World Time Attack in the start of August I will hopefully be planning, if not heading to Japan very soon after that for a month or even longer. My next trip will definitely have 326 Power on my schedule along with the other amazing workshops Hiroshima and the southern region of Japan has on show. I’m not sure if it’s just me but every time I see a photo of a car that 326 Power have blessed it blows me away, literally I will stare at the screen and just swear inside my head (of course in a good way) I’ve seen some amazing cars and sights in Japan and could only imagine what visiting 326 Power would be like. Tracks such as Hiroshima stadium and Sekia Hills will also be a must. It will be a long and expensive trip, but one can dream can’t he?

From left to right: S15, C35 Laurel, GS300, Mazda 929, Infinity & Glorius parked casually out the front of Mitsuru Power in Hiroshima, Japan.

Above is an image taken by my good friend Christopher S Cain who lives in the northern region of New Zealand. Please do yourself a favour and check out his website and blog, I can assure you that you’ll get lost for hours through some amazing film archives from New Zealand & Japan.