Dateline: March 29, 2010 ... Baltimore, MD
Contact: Daryl Willis
Phone: (443) 756-3263
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Web Address: http://www.tokyorods.com
BALTIMORE, MD - March 29, 2010 - Tuner Car enthusiasts now have an
online venue for fans to find, purchase and sell tuner cars, parts and
accessories. Tokyo Rods announces the launch of its website,
Tokyorods.com, offering classified listings for Tuner Car fans from
around the globe.
"Tokyo Rods provides a professional listing service that enables Tuner
Car lovers to list their cars and parts at affordable rates. It's not
a club, per se, but a liaison between buyers and sellers of Japanese
Tuner Cars and related products," states Daryl Willis, owner and
operator of Tokyo Rods.
The site welcomes Tuner Car listings for many makes: Honda, Mazda,
Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, and Sleepers, a category which
includes all other imported or American Tuner vehicles. Parts and
accessories are listed in separate sections. Visitors can register
for free to see what the site has to offer. The website will also be
listing Tuner Car enthusiast clubs, creating a community that's
totally dedicated to these amazing cars.
Tuner Cars have long filled a niche for those seeking a custom car
that is compact and easy to modify. Tuner Cars are usually created
from models produced by Japanese, Asian and European manufacturers.
For those who remember the early hot rod days of the 1950s and 1960s,
these cars are still often created by street racing enthusiasts who
enjoy customizing the car of their dreams and showing it off to the
world. While early street racing cars in the US were mainly American-
made muscle cars such as Ford Mustangs and Chevrolet Corvettes, the
craze evolved to include imported cars, and the Tuner Car was born.
About Tokyorods.com: Tokyo Rods was founded by Daryl Willis. The
idea for a Japanese hot rod listing site was conceived in April, 2000
when Willis' teenage daughter commented on how many cool little
imports were around and the highly styled personalization of these
cars. Willis took notice, being a hot rod enthusiast himself, and
soon coined the company's name, "Tokyo Rods!"
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