Wataru Kato is not just the founder of one of Japan’s most well-known tuning companies, Liberty Walk, he is also the proud owner of a fleet of vintage sports cars that could make the most seasoned car collectors blush with jealousy.
Among Kato-san’s most recent acquisitions is a classic Mazda RX-3 that has been fully kitted out with the brand’s most famous array of interior and exterior modifications.
From the outside, there’s no mistaking this RX-3 for another. It has been fitted with a totally custom widebody kit that incorporates huge black wheel arches and a black front splitter that narrowly misses the ground. There’s also a set of tiny wing mirrors, a decklid lip spoiler and a set of massively wide wheels obligatory for any Liberty Walk creation.
Under the hood, it features an extensively modified and bridge-ported 12A rotary engine that squeezes out an impressive 200 hp with all that grunt transferred straight through the rear wheels.