Hi guys, do you still remember the phenomenal cartoon, the cartoon that inspired fast furious? Cartoons that feature drifting races, even this cartoon also inspires the game Need For Speed Carbon.
The Initial D cartoon is the work of Shuichi Shigeno published from 1995-2013. The popularity of the Manga was finally made a movie, namely in 2014 Shin Gekijou-ban Initial D Legend 1 -Kakusei. Followed by Shin Gekijou-ban’s second sequel Initial D Legend 2 -Tousou in May 2015. It did not stop there, sequel 3 was immediately followed by Yumeutsutsu’s Shin Gekijo-ban Initial D Legend 3 aired on February 2016.
A little flashback of the Initial D story that revolves around Takumi Fujiwara, an ordinary high school boy who doesn’t know anything about night racing and drifting. But thanks to his experience of delivering information every night to hotels in mountainous areas, Takumi learned how to drive quickly and drifting.
Takumi’s father, Fujiwara Bunta instructed Takumi to bring the Toyota AE86 Sprinter Trueno since he was in middle school. His father’s instructions are Takumi must deliver know without destroying it. The way to find out is that there should not be even spit water spilling glass placed on the dashboard of the car.
Initially, his friends like Itsuki and Iketani were skeptical of Takumi’s ability because he had no idea what drifting was, didn’t even know the term as simple as ‘Hachiroku’ which was the name of his shortened car, AE86. However, Itsuki’s skepticism and the Akina Speed Star team were broken by the performance of Takumi on the field of racing that was able to overtake the Mazda RX-7 FD brought by Keisuke Takahashi.
Since its first wild race against the Red Suns, Takumi and AE86 teams have been the talk of everyone in the night racing world and many have challenged it in downhill races. Some of his opponents are Takeshi Nakazato (GT-R) and Shingo Shoji (EG6) from the Myogi Night Kids team, Mako and Sayuki (Sileighty) from the Impact Blue team, and several others. At the end of the First Stage, he had to fight Keisuke’s brother Ryosuke Takahashi and his Mazda RX-7 FC.
Towards the middle of the story, Takumi, who became interested in the night racing world, joined Project D, a racing team created by the Takahashi brothers who had the goal of mastering the world of Japanese night racing by defeating teams in each province and beating their records.
That’s a little story about Initial D, now Inno 64 Diecast also began to introduce the car’s Initial D legend, Toyota AE 86 Trueno. With
The time to monitor and hunt collections from Inno 64 Diecast Toyota AE 86 scale 64. Because Inno 64 products are classified as diecast which has a neat and neat level of detail for a scale of 64.