Middletown, Ohio – With a name like Horsepower Farm, you can expect this sprawling event venue to bring in a fleet of awesome rides. And despite a few rain puddles, a slight drizzle, and some seriously gusty winds, its first Cars & Coffee of the 2023 season kicked off with a good showing of gearheads from the southwest corner of the Buckeye State. Here’s just a quick taste of what we spotted.


See more of this super cool 1967 Buick Sport Wagon 400 here. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Yup, a legit RHD Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Under the Skyline’s hood is the RB26DETT twin turbo monster I6, which despite being underrated by Nissan, still made close to 300 horsepower on paper—a huge number for a six in the late 1980s. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
The world needs more green-on-green cars. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Not one, but TWO(!) International Scout 2s showed up. This first one is a meticulously restored example. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
The red Scout 2 above carries Nissan’s SD33 diesel engine, an option from 1976-79. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
The second Scout 2 is an original survivor with a well-earned patina. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
This Scout 2 is equipped with an IH 304 V8 that is completely distinct from AMC’s 304—which is an easy and common mix-up as International had used AMC engines in the past, notably the 258 I6. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
The “260” emblem here indicates that this is one of the earlier Mk. I (1964–67) Tigers that got the Ford 260ci V8. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Though this is the 260, near the end of its production run, Mk. II Tigers received the Ford 289. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
If you’re into early Japanese sports cars, check out this feature on a super-rare Honda S600 we found. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
A Datsun 2.4L six is quite the contrast from the RB26DETT in the Skyline pictured earlier. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Mandatory. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
If you look closely, you’ll notice the special badging to coincide with Nissan’s 50th anniversary in 1984. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Sadly, Jon Voight could not be found. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
We will never not photograph a 1980s/90s Toyota truck with a lift and winch. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
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Author: Paul Sakalas

Paul is the editor of OnAllCylinders. When he's not writing, you'll probably find him fixing oil leaks in a Jeep CJ-5 or roof leaks in an old Corvette ragtop. Thanks to a penchant for vintage Honda motorcycles, he spends the rest of his time fiddling with carburetors and cleaning chain lube off his left pant leg.