QotW: Where do you like to drive your JNC?
Today is day on which the national holiday Mountain Day in observed in Japan. Technically the holiday falls on August 11 because the kanji for “8” (八) resembles a mountain, and “11” resembles two trees, but everyone gets the day off on Monday the 12th. There is no agreed upon way to celebrate Mountain Day, but with 73 percent of Japan’s land being mountainous, we can probably all agree that taking your JNC to a touge road is a fine a way as any.
Where do you like to drive your JNC?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s your dealbreaker when buying a used JNC?”
Three of the most popular answers from last week’s question were rust, missing paperwork, and a shady seller. The winner, Martin, makes a case for why that last one tops the others:
My deal breaker isn’t any one single thing. Depending on the car, and how high on my dream list it is, I would be willing to jump through some hoops. Rust can be repaired, Parts can be found or made, paperwork can be sorted out(I’ve had had to do lien holds on a few) and elbow grease can be applied. What really makes me walk away is when there is a combo of these items and the seller is really pushy or just seems like they are hiding something.
We all know the type. They talk up the good points and gloss over or straight up lie about the bad ones. Saying its never been in an accident when there are clearly signs of rear end damage in the spare tire well or body panels that are massively mis-aligned. Paper work that is water damaged and not in their name but they say ‘its good, thats my cousin’.
Omedetou! Your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop.
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