Thursday Jun 08, 2023

These Are The 10 Sickest Cars Built By Spoon

The origin of aftermarket modifications of cars can be traced to the invention of the car itself and the automotive industry at large. However, courtesy of several highly rated tuning companies, such as Spoon Sports, the Japanese are redefining the modification game. Notably, from racing and testing cars for Honda back in the days, Tatsuru Ichishima, having secured support from Honda and Mugen for parts, decided to go one better in 1985 by launching an aftermarket modification company for Honda cars, later calling it Spoon Sports.

Ichishima’s foray into tuning started after he souped-up his Honda Civic E-AT for racing.

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Here Are The 10 Sickest JDM Sports Cars Ever Made

As far as countries go for creating great cars, non quite create so many smash hits as Japan. JDM vehicles are highly sought after, well-made, and more often than not, well priced. These cars manage to achieve every day practicality and great performance with endless modification possibilities, making them some of the most versatile machines on the road, propelling their popularity enormously.

Regardless of manufacturer, these production cars are capable of competing with cars at double their price range and some even more than that. Below are some of the sickest JDM sports cars ever produced.

Mazda RX7


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