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Born out of a passion for classic Japanese vehicles, Eric Bizek founded JDM Legends in Salt Lake City in 2009. Now he's one of the only restorers of imported Japanese domestic market cars in the U.S. Assisted by technician Josh Martin and restoration specialist Mauricio Rosales, Eric's shop builds, creates, customizes and sells classics including Hakosuka, Kenmeri, Celica, Skyline, Fairlady, Bluebird, Trueno and Cosmo. In addition, JDM employs an extensive network in Japan to track down the rare of the rare in Japanese autos.

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Eric and Josh attempt to replace an original carbureted engine with a modern Nissan engine with triple the horsepower and triple the headache; the guys head to sunny California for the biggest Japanese car show in the US.
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Eric and the team at JDM Legends have been importing the rare Nissan Skyline to the U.S. since they opened their doors, and sometimes they never know what they are going to get; Eric also imports a super rare 1966 Bluebird race car to restore.
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With a sketchy hood, misaligned badges and the wrong wheels, a '72 Skyline GT-X direct from Hawaii rolls into the shop for a serious upgrade; a 1970 Bluebird with a top-notch racing engine arrives for a quick clean up before delivery to its owner.
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Eric and Josh put finishing touches on a one-year-only model 1968 Datsun 510; Mauricio tries to feed his car addiction with the potential purchase of a new old car; Eric gets a 1989 Nissan Pao dialed in for a customer with help from a new co-pilot.
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Eric Bizek started his business in SLC 10+ years ago, and now he's one of the only restorers of imported Japanese Domestic Market cars in the US; a Datsun 240-Z gets a complete restoration; Eric imports an '86 Toyota Levin.
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Eric and the team begin a full frame up restoration on the most sought after and valuable car in the JDM world- the Nissan Skyline GT-R.

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