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6666 Customs @ Hellaflush Kansai, May 19


Here’s a photo of one of the entries for Hellaflush Kansai next month at Central Circuit in Japan’s Kansai region. If you’re in the area and want to see some of the coolest cars in Japan, grab a flight and head on down. Click here for more information!

9 Responses to 6666 Customs @ Hellaflush Kansai, May 19

  1. Taryn

    ARGHHHH can’t get enough of this thing. Especially the engine bay!! Nice

  2. chris

    Wallpaper please?!

  3. JAN

    is that a swastika on the rear? combined with an eagle above, i honestly think you should remove it asap. there’s no excuse using signs like that “just for fun”. that’s just soooo wrong. looks nice in that bomber style, but remove the nazi shit.

  4. Jan

    ok, so you’ re representing buddhism with that car? this is getting funny.

    do whatever you want marc. you’re just wrong with your arguing. take a look at a traditional swastica -and then look at the one you placed, in addtion to a messerschmidt lettering on the side of your car + military theme + eagle above = whether navigation nor buddhism. just THINK a bit about it. PLEASE! i’m feeling like a complete ?!”§$§”$ that i’ve to argue on that point. facepalm. And i don’t need to know the japanese navigation through temples, i’m sure it has nothing to do with military, messerschmidt and for sure there’s no eagle above – which was btw showing what nazi group you belong to – there are versions of the eagle looking to the left or right.

    and btw i think everybody in japan who had some school lessons in history will know that you’re not trying to navigate to a temple if you know what i mean ;) as i do know what a tradiotional swastica looks like and what a nazi sign looks like.

    anyway marc – i’m out of this.

    i’m feeling sad i’ve to argue on this since it’s so f**king obvious.

    • Mark Arcenal

      first of all, its not my car. its’ some dudes in japan. he put it on for his own reasons. its sad that you’re not open to what he believes in. come to japan, look at the navi and see that they’re scattered all over the map. actually maybe not.. cause you prob wont be able to handle it.

      • Jan

        marc, i don’t think they’re using this sign to point out temples: http://www.schoolshistory.org.uk/images/Germany/eagle2_small.gif

        that’s what i am talking about all the time. it’s the combination that makes it look like a nazi sign, even if it’s mirrored. and you’ve to agree that the word messerschmidt isn’t japanese too – so the whole theme – even if the swatisca is mirrored – reminds you rather of ww2 than your interpretation.

        i am open for everything, but wtf do you think he thought (or what believes were) about when creating the livery? temples, buddhisms and eternity? …

        I’ld love to visit Japan for sure, but you already said as it is.


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