In addition to our latest article on the JDM Sunset meet, here is our video coverage of the event as well. It turned out to be a huge succes with large numbers of car enthusiast coming down to the west shore of The Netherlands to attend the meeting. Enjoy the large diversity of cool JDM cars the Dutch car seen has on offer and let us know what you think:
Summer vibes, long days and warm nights. What’s better than going for a ride with your mates?
Chech out our little aftermovie of an impromptu mini-meet.
No one in his right mind would organise a car meet in november. By then, many cars are already in storage. Safely tucked away or completely disassembled for some modifications, both big and small. And don’t forget the weather. Will it be wet, cold, snowy, foggy or a combination of all these? But then again, we are car freaks. So why wouldn’t we organise a car meet in november? Continue reading
Allow me to tell a little story about how we ended up organising a big event like WNGN. It crossed everyone’s minds before to host a big event with Wangan Warriors. We’ve even made plans in the past and worked out ideas to host something bigger than our regular meets. After teaming up with the organisation of DMPD and hosting Wangan meets which were visited by hundreds of people, it was about time to start organising the biggest Japanese static car event possible. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting one of our meets you’ll probably think you have an idea what to expect but let me tell you that we’re aiming higher than your expectations! Continue reading
Although I’m a car enthousiast, I’m not a big fan of car meets. Sure, I do like hanging around with fellow petrolheads, but preferably somewhere near a track or in a shed with a partially disassembled car. Car meets in general are not something that gets me excited. Continue reading
Living in Holland has it’s downsides. One of the biggest is the weather which isn’t that good. We haven’t had a decent summer for ages and that’s exactly one of the reasons I don’t attend many meetings because usually the weather sucks! But there has been one meeting that was one my bucket list for quite a while now; The annual Japanse (Japanese) Import Meeting. Continue reading
I can’t stress enough how much I like the vibe in this shot. Being in good company is always fun! Continue reading
I’m not sure if I’m suprised of the cold weather because the fact that we’re having a very long winter is not that extraordinary any more by now. What suprised me is the amount of people who still had the courage to drive for several hours to attend our meeting. The fact is that we did expect quite some people but when the weather forecast started saying we could look forward to some snow, I wasn’t sure about the outcome anymore. Luckily my gut feeling was proven wrong though! Continue reading
It’s almost a month now since our End of Year meeting in Oosterhout. The year 2011 is literally drawing to an end now and we would like to look back once more to the meeting. We’ve got so many nice reactions on our forum and Facebook. A lot of people posted their online photopages and Youtube slideshows on our Facebook page. Some of the visitors signed up on our forum so thanks for that! Now let’s take another look across the meeting site. Continue reading