TORQUE GT BLOG

  1. RE Amemiya RX-7 Type RS

    RE Amemiya RX-7 Type RS

    A firm favourite amongst rotary fans across the globe RE-Amemiya have been at the top of many RX7 owners wish-lists for decades!

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  2. Fujitsubo's FK2 Ti exhaust

    Fujitsubo's FK2 Ti exhaust

    Despite having been superseded by the FK8, it’s fair to say the FK2 is still a relatively new car to the market. With both utilising...

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  3. AE86 Trueno - Initial D Project

    AE86 Trueno - Initial D Project

    The red AE86 Trueno Sprinter you see before you was sourced for a Personal Import client, who had big ideas!

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  4. Honda Civic EG6 SiR2

    Honda Civic EG6 SiR2

    Fancy taking part in a bit of motorsport or see yourself more as a street racer? This serious looking EG6 SIR2 we spotted at a dealers in Japan has a nice surprise hidden under the bonnet...

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  5. Does more power = a better Type R?

    Does more power = a better Type R?

    We've picked the Honda Civic Type R to help us answer this question from the EK9 to the FK8, read on to find out our verdict...

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  6. Honda S660 - What's all the fuss about?

    Honda S660 - What's all the fuss about?

    We still think it makes a compelling argument as one of the happiest cars in existence! Infact the S660 makes us smile so much, we couldn't resist doing a feature on another that we imported for a recent Personal Import customer.

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  7. 481bhp Rocket Bunny RX7!

    481bhp Rocket Bunny RX7!

    Looking for a JDM car that's as fast as it looks? If so, then this crazy Rocket Bunny Mazda RX7 we spotted at a dealers in Japan definitely fits the bill! 

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  8. The GT-R that raised the bar...

    The GT-R that raised the bar...

    If you’ve followed us for a while there’s a good chance you’ve heard us mention Japan’s ‘Golden Era’. Broadly referring to the awesome cars that came out of Japan...

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  9. The Original MR2

    The Original MR2

    Dripping with 80's retro, it's wedge like exterior, pop up head lights and over-engineered chunky controls helps the MR2 feel like an event, even when stationary.

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