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More of the Kanjozoku. Osaka's infamous Honda racers

By Faiming_low on 27 Sep 2014 in Modifications

Attached Image There are many routes/style to modify your car for example, the 'VIP' or the 'stance' look. But recently, there seem to a bit of a hype surrounding this Japanese style.
 
To be exact, its the Kanjo style. Featuring racers from Osaka, Japan, they call themselves the "Kanjozoku" and to be a one, you must be driving a Honda Civic. Why the Civic? Because, the preferred racing route known as the Kanjo loop (which itself is a lap of linked highways running through the city of Osaka) used to be pretty near where the Suzuka one-make Civic races were held.

Anyway, for those who love old school Civics, watch the video below. You will like it.



honda, civic, kanjo

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