This sweet looking SR20 was in a nice Datsun 1600 (510).
The car has since been crashed and rebuilt, reusing the same mechanicals.
Look at this 808, it's neat and tidy.
A supercharged Morris Minor.
This RX3 launched pretty hard off the line. I don't remember what times it ran.
This Corona looks just like Daniel's, but should go a lot better thanks to a 13B rotary with a sidedraft weber carb. This motor would help the car's handling, too, being so much lighter, smaller and further back than the old two-litre 18R.
Chris Dalton's HIRPM R100.
The Grumpe 323, obviously made famous by the thrashcar.com title banner.
There was a few nice Kombis at this Jamboree, this one stood out.
This is a twin-turbo Liberty.
This Liberty is awesome. Looks the part with its gold paint and big wheels, plus runs low 11s.
More people should own turbo Mighty Boy utes.
This car is awesome. It runs a 12A turbo that pushes it down the quarter in 11 seconds. But it's not just a drag car. This Corolla has been set up for circuit racing, and as such has enormous brakes, lots of rubber on big wheels and a really good setup. I've seen it on video (Serious Performance Vol 4) and I want it. I liked the modest comments from the owner, too: "...it goes, it turns, it stops. It's good."
This car is PAC Performance's own RX2. Runs a 13B turbo for 9 second passes.
This car is not the PAC RX3 with a 20B triple rotor.
Nice rotary turbo engine bay.
This Series 6 RX7 has 20 inch wheels. It looks sweet.
Rotorolla in action. When this car was first built, it had a supercharged 327 V8 in it.
Rotormaster R100. 13B turbo, runs in the 9-second bracket.
RX3 with nice engine bay.
This GT Starlet has a 3SGTE two litre from an MR2 GT or Celica GT4. It ran 12s.
Robbie Bolger was there with his Donut King stunt bike. He did lots of stunts like stoppies, standing on the seat and handlebars, riding backwards. It all sucked except for the burnouts.
This yellow Gemini had subtle flame graphics on the outside, and cool custom door trims. Flames are cool.