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Old school drifters

4 November 2010 4 Comments

Its been a while since we have posted any drift related content. So this evening while doing some browsing I came across this super cool picture of a Toyota Corolla boxshape coming sideways through a corner. It got me thinking about which are the most common old school drift cars around. We all know that the Toyota Levin is very much at the top and next to that I would have to say the Bmw E30 and then probably the Ford Escort Mk1 & Mk2 and after that is all goes a bit pear shaped!

This is a random image of an Alfa 75 drifting, its definitely not something you see that often so we had to add it to the collection.


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  • Kifazoid said:

    oh how i love the escort now thats a car nice thanx B!

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  • jomacher said:

    Love the TRD Toy. Looks really goos even though it doesn’t have a bumper.

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  • Blair (author) said:

    Yea the Levin is so cool, unfortunately we don’t get them in SA! But how mean does that intercooler look hey!

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  • Kifazoid said:

    is nice looks meen without the bumper but not so user freindly that way haha

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