This Collector’s JDM Car Collection Features An Awesome Arsenal Of Japanese Icons And Track Weapons

This Collector’s JDM Car Collection Features An Awesome Arsenal Of Japanese Icons And Track Weapons

Step up and see the stunning private collection of Japanese sports cars that includes Subaru WRXs, Nissan GTRs and Mitsubishi Lancer Evos and more.


A new video from YouTube content creator Dustin Williams has landed and in it, he is showcasing his collection of new and classic JDMs.


He’s been running his channel for over ten years now and in that time has amassed an impressive selection of cars.

And to kick off the new year he is giving his viewers a full tour of his personal forecourt, hint: there are more than a fair share of JDM cars.


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Filming on a gray and dreary morning, the conditions fail to dampen Dustin’s spirits as he kicks off this video tour with an azure-blue Subaru Impreza WRX. This car started out as standard, but Dustin and Tim have got the engine outputting 400 hp, and have modified the exterior with a kit and some STi extras.

Dustin starts her up, and we hear that signature rasping growl that will be familiar to JDM fans and rally enthusiasts alike.

He takes a jump back in time to a Toyota Corolla Twincam AE86. This Toyota is the latest addition to the collection and one that Dustin bought specifically to learn how to drift. He’s started making additions to the interior of this two-tone classic but the modification that is sure to catch the most attention is the Tomei exhaust which is deafeningly loud.

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Tokyo Drift Mitsubishi Lancer Evo, rear quarter view
Via: YouTube via Dustin Williams

Dustin then walks us through several of his other cars like his Honda Civic EG with an eye-catching full-body graphic wrap. The intention for this car is to race it against Dustin’s other civic, which is a fully loaded 2018 Honda Type-R FK8. The white Type-R is Dustin’s personal favorite and one that he uses as his everyday car.

From there he gives a rundown of the car he’s had the longest. It’s a charcoal 2015 Subaru Impreza WRX with a full body kit and deep-dish alloys. A drunk driver had totaled this car when Dustin acquired it, and it has been totally rebuilt. It’s an impressive resurrection and well worth a space in this collection. Next is a bright red Mitsubishi Lancer Evo which Dustin claims is the original Fast And Furious: Tokyo Drift film model.

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Dustin then showcases his “forever cars”, starting with a modified Nissan GTR R35 with a custom metallic green paint job. Right next to that is a more subtly-styled purple Nissan GT-R R33 with a Tomei exhaust and a 450 hp engine. His final GTR is a classic black R32 that started Dustin’s obsession with GTRs. He rounds the video off with a lemon yellow ‘Proto-spec’ Nissan Z tuned up to over 500 hp.

If you would like to see any of these cars in more detail, check out Dustin’s channel where each one has its own dedicated build video.

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