High Performance Imports: Vol. 6 Trailer

High Performance Imports: Vol. 6 Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

Featuring exclusive footage from the makers of "High Performance Imports," Australia's top automotive publication covering the Japanese import scene, this video magazine takes you along for a pulse-pounding ride through furious drift and circuit battles, street drags and racing action. You'll tour the HKS factory and chat with their engineers; visit the leading vehicle workshops; track the development of the R34 Skyline project car; and much more.

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