Nissan S130, Imai Kasei, and the C3 Corvette?

In the late 80’s and early 90’s kaido racers really started to resemble what Westerners use the blanket (incorrect) term of bosozoku for. Cars sporting a plethora of fiberglass, both custom-made and “off the shelf”, to create borderline unidentifiable cars

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Koenig Specials Inspired Kaido Racers

In the 1980s European tuning shops started to get popular. In Germany alone, there was RUF, Brabus, Gemball, but what was probably the craziest tuner was Koenig Specials. Willy König purchased a Ferrari 365 BB in 1974 and wasn’t happy with

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Vintage Pioneer stereos — Lonesome Car-boy II and Centrate

Welcome back to class. If you missed out on our first class of the early Lonesome Car-boy series or our follow-up to that with installation instructions, be sure to check those out. Now we are on to advanced topics. By

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New Year Touring 2024

What better way to celebrate the start of a new year than driving loud, flashy cars around the city? Since Rudeboy Custom held the very first PNW Touring event, which was New Year Touring 2022, I’ve been dreaming of having

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Pacific Northwest New Years Touring 2024

Now becoming a tradition in the North American kaido racer scene, you can expect to see a New Years touring event in British Columbia, Canada during the month of January. Graciously hosted by Rudeboy Custom and keeping a similar spirit

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What is the Deal with Miki House?

Many people online have been asking: What is Miki House? In Japan, motorcycles and cars with the “Miki House” stickers are often associated with bosozoku bikes and kaido racers. However, Miki House is just a children’s clothing brand. What is

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Kaido Racer Dictionary