Video: Liberty Walk Bares All

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Japanese extreme tuning firm Liberty Walk opens their doors to the public, offering a chance to mingle with supercars and exotics.

Acclaimed Japanese tuning firm Liberty Walk and subsidiary LB Performance is not content with simply creating high profile builds and bodykits for the likes of the Lamborghini Gallardo and Murceilago: They also want to be an amusement park so that kids of all ages can get to be around exotics and supercars. Wataru Kato has been buying and enhancing supercars for 18 years and his eclectic taste goes beyond Italian supercars with a Chrysler 300C and Suzuki Every Kei forming part of his collection.

Check out the video showcasing his work and exploring his company, and if you ever get the chance to visit his small factory in Owariasahi tell him it's your birthday and ask for a ride in his white on red Ferrari F40.

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