Hi guys, I'm a 16 year old lad, i know your all thinking Vauxhall Nova Ricer kid!!! but no, I'm not that way inclined. In the UK we are able to drive from the age of 17, what yes is a year away, however I'm thinking of a first car for drifting, you may also now be thinking 16, thinks he is Mike Luney, but i can drive, and have also attempted drifting in a 1.8L Ford Capri (Private land of course ) i had a few slaps on the wrist from the car, but i started to get some slides going. I have had alot of experiance of car control from Go Karting at 80mph plus, and if i know anything that is twitchy it is them buggers. Cutting a long story short, my dad used to drive a Vauxhall Chevette, and i love the buggers, as they are RWD and pure british beef, i'm thinking of getting one for a project car as it will cost me about 1k-2.5k for a decent one, i have this money from savings so i will have about 3k to mess with it for a bit. My question is, would a Chevette be a good project/drift car aswell as a car for the 17 year old curb hugger used for 'shop runs'? Bit of alot of information to grasp there, but tyres are no longer an issue to to the Free Tire thread stickied a few above this one I'm thinking something along the lines of this eBay - Vauxhall Chevette in my opinion, it is just beautiful. Could i have a few pointers from a few of the experianced drifters by how much it would cost to get this sideways, and are the Chevettes any good for tire-smoking action? Thanks guys, JamesVX.