So what really happens on a Saturday night when nostalgic cars meet? Last April 16, I attended the Sushi Factory Meet and Run. Held for the 16th time, this meet was different. It was an invite-only late night Skyway run.

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Unfortunately my camera had its own way of thinking. The lens was just not working as it used to be resulting to these grainy photos.

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Jeiven Perez aka Sushi Factory brought his demo car,  a 71 Celica.

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This Ta22 has to be one of the most e-famous cars in our country. Dubbed as ‘Natsuki’, this Celica cemented its presence in the Philippine car scene.

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We’ve been planning on shooting the car for a full feature but our schedules never. This needs to happen very soon.

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Aurick Go brought his newly acquired FD Rx-7, one of the few good running examples here.

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AE brothers.

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A car of a good friend that we’ve been working on as a project was driven by Jordan Reyes that night.

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Zander Rosario brought his X80 Cressida which he is closely working on.

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My good friend Iori Suzuki from Japan was present with his Mr2 built for the track. Those Modena Autostrada‘s give the car so much character.

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Stickers serve as honoring friends in the industry.

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His friends from Club MR2 were also present.

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One of my favorites at the meet; an E30 with a S52 engine . The wagon was cruising at high speeds with ease.

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A clean example of a second-gen Lancer which is starting to have a bigger fan-base all across the globe. More Box Lancer’s: http://fatlace.com/2013/07/philippine-domestic/  

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See you again. When the clock hits twelve.

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