A beautiful black Nissan Cefiro sedan, Spotted in China in a dusty little lane in Beijing.The good old ‘Firo was in very good shape, smooth in paint, shiny in chrome, nothing broken or missing, and completely original up until the sporty gray wheel covers.
Ten dangerous Stormtroopers with guns in hand, Spotted in China on a compact crew-cab flatbed truck in the suburbs of Shanghai in a dark night. Happily, the troopers are kept in check by a nasty looking safety net. Otherwise, Shanghai would have been doomed and gone.
A beautiful red Buick Sail SR-V, Spotted in China in the eastern suburbs of Beijing. The old Sail was in a very good shape, and it is indeed the best Sail SR-V I have ever seen. Paintwork was clean, nothing broken and no rust, everything original or period original, and she wears white license plates!
A beautiful black Toyota Crown sedan, Spotted in China on a windy road in Beijing. The good Crown has been lowered to the max for low riding madness, and is further sexed up with a black grille, black windows, an extra shiny Crown crown badge, and…
A fine first generation Land Rover Freelander 3-door hardback, Spotted in China in the suburbs of Beijing. The good Rover was in a fine shape, painted in a classy dark blue and looking smooth all over. Nothing was broken, everything original, and not a spat of rust in sight.
A beautiful blue R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The speedy ‘Line is set up for local drifting competitions and fitted with a hefty body kit and slick-like tires with ultra wides at the back. The front bumper is damaged and held together with black tape.
A very sweet Jaguar S-Type, Spotted in China in a residential area in Beijing. The S was in a fairly good shape, with smooth green paint, shiny chrome, all parts were on the car, and I didn’t see any rust or rot. The S-Type was manufactured from 1999 until 2008 with facelifts in 2003 and 2005. This is an early pre-all-facelifts example.
An immaculate Mitsubishi EVO IV, Spotted in China in the east of the capital Beijing. The speedy ‘Vo was in perfect shape, loved and well maintained. Everything was original up until the tiny black mirrors and the racy white five spoke alloys. Front lip almost hits the dusty road!
And finally I met a real Dojo Pioneer in Beijing. The Dojo Pioneer is a low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV), it can be used in the cities but not on the highways or even on the ring roads. The Dojo Pioneer seems inspired by the Aston Martin Cygnet, features an Aston Martin Ford grille, and a Ford-alike oval badge.