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STREET NEO-CLASSICS
That 80s and 90s Show

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Published on Tue, Oct 20, 2015

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

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The inaugural Street Neo-Classics show at Toyota USA National Headquarters (Robert Shoji)

Pictures and video by Robert M. Shoji The good people that bring you the Japanese Classic Car Show every year have pulled another rabbit out of the hat: The inaugural Street Neo-Classics. A show that showcases the class of cars from the 1980s and 1990s—the era when Japanese cars came into their own. The first Acura. The first Lexus. The first Infiniti. The 300ZX. The Miata. The Toyota AE86. Co-hosting the event and serving as its venue was the Toyota USA National Headquarters in Torrance, California. Robert Shoji was there to capture the event in stills and in motion. Got something to say? Add your comment regarding this article here. To see LA Car’s coverage of the Japanese Classic Car Show, click here.

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