1981 Toyota Soarer




Extra info: 2800GT ‘Hajime & Koji Version’

Chassis: MZ11

Class: Coupé

Origin: JP Japan

Playable and unlockable vehicle
: Wangan Midnight & Michiharu Kusunoki Work Collaboration

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MY RisaDriftR

2020-02-02 12:11
RushCars24 wrote
Should be the chassis code is [MZ11] as the game says? MZ11 is actually represents the Z10 Soarer with the 2.8L 5M-GEU engine, the second biggest engine of the Z10 Soarer lineup, above of that is the MZ12, that has the 3.0L 6M-GEU engine. That code and engine would indicates this as the 2800GT model.

This would be the first Z10 Soarer on IGCD that carries the MZ11 code (the other three listed the normal Z10 code), in fact, this MZ11 is even more special, because this is the most famous MZ11, yes, as the extra info and the game says, this is the MZ11 Soarer from the Japanese 80s anime manga, Shakotan Boogie, from my research, the manga tells about two friends, Hajime Yamamoto and Koji Watanabe, who are in an interest in Shakotan (Japan's lowriders), while dealing a lot of trouble on their life, especially when picking up nice girls, this includes part-time jobs, fighting, skirt-chasing, police intervention, and just attempt to foolin' around in this case. As for them, they are gearheads too and you know what types of activities that the gearheads known for: street racing, cruises, hooning, tuning, and road trips. They're also crashed a lot of cars, cars that belongs to someone else or cars that they can't afford to buy eventually got destroyed them. If you read this series' manga books, lots of old Japanese cars can be seen, there's also some American and European classics in the book as well.

Hajime & Koji's MZ11 that is featured in the game is probably based on the one found in the books and an Aoshima diecast replica, with an addition of that very long exhaust pipes sticking several feet on the rear bumper, that exhaust type is actually a thing for Shakotan owners in real life. In the anime adaption and the live-action film of the series, the long exhaust pipes sticks on left side of the car and the number '67' on the side doors and the hood are painted in pink, instead of white with black outlines.



In-game said "MZ11"
UA valera

2019-05-23 20:07
Shakotan boogie )
SM MBR

2019-01-17 03:17
First Z11 on igcd

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