My kind of Family Tree

I would love to have a family like this.  A first and second gen Odyssey with a Stepwagon stepbrother.  I don’t mind having a stepbrother, hes just a little taller than the Odysseys is all.  He could probably play basketball a little better.  Older brother first gen is still the ladies man.

Although, if I am not mistaken, the second gen Japanese Odyssey did not look like our second gen Odyssey.  That looks like a USDM model that was possibly imported.

Looks like the second gen is rolling on massive WORK Eurolines while the first gen is rolling on WORK VS MS?  Possibly?

The ass of the second gen really makes me think this Odyssey was imported or something.  They never had that version in Japan, right?

You could fit a baby in the lip of those rear wheels!  A whole baby!  Go ahead and try it, I’ll wait . . .


9 Responses to “My kind of Family Tree”

  1. 03/03/2010 at 10:27 AM

    Ha, these pics look familiar ^_^ Where’d you find these?

    The 2nd-gen is an RL1 Lagreat, and it is effectively the same vehicle as the USDM 2nd-gen Odyssey. I believe the current RL3 is/was also marketed as the Lagreat in Japan.

    Personally, I dig the StepWgn the most.

  2. 03/03/2010 at 8:16 PM

    the 1st gen odc has on LEON HARDIRITT BUGEL’s…

  3. 03/05/2010 at 1:34 AM

    speaking of babies in the wheel lip…

    My homie Milt’s former wheels (off of his Lexus SC400): Weds Kranz ER-M 19×11.5 ET-51

  4. 8 Gothbox
    04/10/2010 at 1:39 AM

    I want a JDM 666 plate too, 😦
    know where i can get one? with an answer OTHER then, “Japan”, or “YJA”? lol

    • 9 Gothbox
      04/10/2010 at 1:52 AM

      ha ha I FAIL, commented on wrong one.

      meant to comment on the Estimas Everywhere one about the 666 plate that one of them has.

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