Celebrating the Classics at the 2016 Hachiroku Matsuri

By David
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For those that are scratching their heads at the meaning of the title “Hachiroku Matsuri,” we’ll start with a brief introduction. The Toyota AE86 was an affordable rear-drive sports car released in 1983. Known as Corollas in the U.S., in Japan they were referred to by their chassis code 86, or Hachiroku — hachi for eight and roku for six in Japanese.

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