In front of their property, 3 serve members of a bar are already watchful with their engines running. “Whenever Mr Kitsukawa invites us to accompany him on a tour, it’s a genuine honour and so, of course, we are blissful to join him,” comes a typically Japanese plan from Hirofumi Kawada, a Buddhist priest with a dim top and a young-classic Rolex on his wrist. The priest has trafficked from nearby Kobe, around 150 kilometres away. His 190 SL Roadster, made in 1960, is 4 years comparison than he is. The other dual – Masashi Sumino and Masaki Kato – align their R 107 and A 124 in a classical convoy.