When you think of the early 1990’s, supercars may not be the first thing that pops into your brain. Here’s a list, in no particular order that arrives to mind first: TrapperKeepers, Dennis Rodman, the Goosebumps books, and Salute Your Shorts. And let’s be honest, those aren’t the modern world’s finest moments. When you stop and think, however, you realize that there was some properly epic machinery born from that decade – The McLaren F1, the Jaguar XJ220, the Lamborghini Diablo. These cars came packing outrageous horsepower, massive top speeds and appropriately massive price tags.

And then, there came a car from Japan that managed to fly under the average person’s radar. Some of that is due to the fact that it doesn’t have a gazillion horsepower, doesn’t ooze vulgarity and glitz like Flava Flav’s clock necklace, and doesn’t require the GDP of El Salvador to purchase. Despite all that, this…

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  1. Great post! It always amaze me how people can take time to write them. But to be honest maybe you should change the color of the texts? Sorry if I am being rude, just trying to help. Kind regards, Sophia

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