Yokomo Toyota HKS Sport GT-86 Body

Yokomo has officially announced the release of the D1 Nobertu TaniGuchi 2012 Toyota GT-86 190mm body. This body will begin shipping on November 16th, it looks very impressive as all Yokomo bodies tend to look. This is the fourth GT86/FT86/FR-S body, this looks quite impressive and is officially licensed by Toyota. Now you can recreate Nobuteru Taniguchi new D1GP ride for next season. The body will have a MSRP of ¥ 5,040 and the product code is SD-HK86BS.
HKS Racing Performer 86 Yokomo Drift Body SD-HK86BS
Without a doubt the Toyota AE86 is one of the most well recognized drift cars in the world, an icon of its era. The GT-86 continues this tradition and is sure to be a popular car among 86 enthusiasts. The Toyota 86 has been a highly anticipated sports car since the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. In 2012 the vehicle was finally released to markets around the world. In Japan it is known as the Toyota 86. In Europe it is known as the GT-86 and in the USA and North America it is known as the Scion FR-S.

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When you think a Toyota AE86, Initial-D usually comes to mind with the Fujiwara Tofu Car. This new 86 embodies the soul of the original predecessor, but not any of its aesthetic queues. If Takumi was driving this car, then he would have been sure to get more attention from his competitors and the ladies. Toyota did a very good job designing this car and we look forward to seeing it roam the streets.

Source: Team Yokomo