Talk:Tommykaira

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How is it advertising its plain fact that it appeared in Gran turismo?

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Excerpts from GT2: Starting out in 1967 as Tomita Auto [...] in 1998 succeeded in introducing Tommy kaira M30, Japan's first fully modified high performance car [...] in 1997, manufactured and marketed its original sports car, the ZZ. I'm not sure what is meant by "first fully modified high performance car". In the game, the M30 looks like a modified Nissan Skyline, so maybe they meant "Japan's first rebranded aftermarket cars"? Also, it seems "kaira" is consistently spelled with a lowercase k, so an article renaming might be in order. Ham Pastrami 23:48, 17 September 2007 (UTC)