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You might think this film was shot at a luxury and exotic car dealership, or that it was a Concours d’Elegance gathering, but it was neither.
It was a massive group of enthusiasts out in the Philippines that headed to Subic Bay at an abandoned airport to fully enjoy their vehicles in a safe and fun environment.
Trackhos, who put on the event and released the video, donated all of the proceeds to the Philippines Red Cross in aid of the victims of Typhoon Sendong. The video shows off rows and rows of high performance cars, from Audi R8s to Ford GTs to an assortment of Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Porsches, and Nissan GTRs. All the vehicles were able to hit the airport runway for high speed runs, drag races, and even took their vehicles through what appears to be a course of some kind. Oh and of course, there’s the obligatory GTR doing donuts.
Watch the amazing video after the break.
Japan is the holy land of modified imports, but there are also plenty of enthusiasts there who aren’t afraid to tinker with some of the world’s most exotic machines, including Lamborghinis.
The video that’s available after the break highlights some of Japan’s most wickedly built Lamborghinis. Some of them highlight a JDM style of modifying, while others are taken to a truly crazy level of extreme.
The video runs from Tokyo’s famous Wangan Freeway to Daikoko Futo, a popular hot spot for modified cars to meet up in Japan.
Some of these Lamborghinis will probably make a lot of auto enthusiasts, not to mention Lambo owners, cringe; but it’s still worth a look.
Make sure to check out the video after the break.
[Source: GT Spirit]