John and Zac’s Zoku 61′s
It’s hard to not be in love with the old school when you have car owners like John Dollison and Zac McDonald. Both of these guys being part of Australia’s low down style group – Auszoku have truly kept to the style with their MA61 Supras.
John is the owner of Auszoku and Team Obscurity Racing and having built many awesome Bosozoku style cars seen in Australia he certainly knows how to come up with some insane cars. You might also recognize his efforts from Japan with this PS13.
Of course back in Australia John’s usual weapon of choice is this ma61 supra.
Which would not be complete without a 1JZ out of a JZZ30 Soarer. Being fairly stock with an Izuzu truck exhaust, of all things, and a front mount intercooler there is enough power to push this 80′s Supra to do the crab walk.
Zac has gone for an alternative choice with a 7mgte donated from the bigger brother ma70 supra. With an ARP metal head gasket, front mount, external oil filter and cooler and a HKS FCD to keep the car happy at high revs this makes for one angry Supra.
Of course, when it comes to cars wheels are an important choice. John and Zac certainly haven’t skipped out on this.
John is usually the king of wheel variety and sizes so this Supra has a somewhat modest list. Up front are a pair of 15×8.5 -8 SSR mk1′s wrapped in 195/55 Federal 595 Evo’s. The rear is usually seen in anything from A whopping pair of 15×11-25 SSR MK1′s in 195/60′s, a pair of SSR MKII’s in 15×10 -40 or even a pair of ENKEI HR385′s sized at 15×10 and a huge -48 offset.
Zac is running 15×8.5-27 Centrelines up front in 15×8.5 -27. On the rear he usually has a full set of Enkei 15×10′s on rotation with a mega -54 offset, as well as another pair of SW mesh that are 15×10-11.
With offset like that the Supras definitely show off that perfect Boso styled stance.
It’s hard to not get that beautiful 80′s feeling from the inside of these cars too. John’s is fairly modest with a few gauges, a wood grain wheel and a crystal truck shifter.
Zac’s Supra is all business with not much other than the wheel and gauges changed in the interior. The DVD player is a cool touch for a drift car though! I find it interesting that both of these guys still have the standard driver seats. For Zac’s car it must be mighty comfy for when those 12KG BC coilovers get some action.
It’s a sight to see these guys battle it out up at Queensland Raceway, so next time you’re up there for a morning session be sure to check them out and have a chat!