You Could Own This Jdm 1994 Toyota Rav4 Awd Listed On Bring A Trailer

You could own this JDM 1994 Toyota RAV4 AWD listed on Bring a Trailer

Need a good dose of 1990s nostalgia? How about this all-wheel drive JDM 1994 Toyota RAV4 listed on Bring a Trailer with no reserve? 

The 1990s were the decade of green. Name a car or truck, and it probably came in at least one or two shades. Your author's family had not one, not two, but three different cars painted in various shades of dark green simultaneously: a 1996 Volkswagen Passat VR6, a 1994 Dodge Caravan and a 1996 Dodge Dakota. This RAV4 would have been right at home next to the bright red Toyota Tercel that shared the same driveway. 

Nissan Skyline R34 Gt-r V-spec Ii Is A True Jdm Icon

Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R V-Spec II Is A True JDM Icon

The Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R is one of the finest creations from the carmaker and in V Spec II guise, is a true JDM icon. Throttle House recently had the opportunity to test one finished in Bayside Blue and pitted it against the new Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary model, also painted in the same hue.

Liberty Walk Honda Nsx Is The Finest Of Jdm Creations

Liberty Walk Honda NSX Is The Finest Of JDM Creations

Previous photos of Liberty Walk’s Honda NSX failed to do the Japanese supercar justice. These images, however, perfectly highlight the car and all of its significant styling modifications.

Liberty Walk created its NSX with some help from Forgiato Wheels and even though the project is tame by the tuning company’s standards, this NSX is worlds apart from a standard one.

Infiniti Tries To Replicate A Painting By Drifting A Q50 In Jdm Spot

Infiniti Tries To Replicate A Painting By Drifting A Q50 In JDM Spot

Eager to show off the sporty prowess of the Infiniti Q50, the automaker has released a somewhat-strange but undeniably creative commercial for the Japanese market.

The clip shows German racing driver Michael Krumm behind the wheel of a blue Q50 as he attempts to stay in the blue lines of a thin course painted in an empty parking lot. The only catch is that the course is a replica of an abstract painting created by a pig. Yes, you read that right.