The Hachi-Roku! The car that comes to the mind of most when someone mentions JDM cars. I love the AE86, not just because it's in one of my favourite shows, Initial D, but it looks amazing, handles like it's on rails and has some decent power. The AE86 is a popular choice for drifting because of it's standard LSD on the JDM version, has 50/50 weight distribution and because the "Drift King", Keiichi Tsuchiya, drove one! I chose to build one because, in my opinion, they are the greatest JDM car of all time! My Hachi-Roku is not an Initial D replica, but it is the same model. It's the panda colour scheme on the exterior with red interior, has a naturally aspirated 1.6 Litre 4A-GE 16 Valve, carbon fibre hood and headlamp covers, fog lights, 9 spoke rims(they were supposed to look like RS Wantanabe rims, but they have 1 spoke extra), two bucket race seats, 6-point roll-cage, tachometre and shift light, a few more extra gauges and has a rear tow hook(idea was from Rhy's Pieces amazing FD). It also has a license plate, which is registered in the Gunma Prefecture of Japan. I hope you all like it! Thanks!