There has always been something about the older Japanese cars. Like anything made before the 90′s, there is just that little extra in the quality of craftsmanship that went into the design of the cars. Sure some of them may not have been the most aerodynamic, but they just look cool. And we’re all OK with that. The Banyo Classic Japanese Meet is a yearly event that is growing with each pass. It’s free to bring your car in and it’s free to come and look. There’s a sausage sizzle available with cold drinks and all proceeds going to the Earnshaw College where the meet is staged.
Of all the rare cars in the world that I have seen I would not say that a Lamborghini Gallardo is one that I typically leap over fences for. They are an impressive car, yes, but there is something about them that lacks when you compare it to the big brother Murcielago. With that said, they are still a sight to see. Especially when you happen to spot one floating on top of Arthurs Seat in Victoria like I did a few weeks back.