Next bunch of cheap drifters ?

Thread in 'Drifting Chat / Pictures / Videos' started by Marcus_E36, Mar 23, 2017.

  1. Mr Greggles

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    350z is definitely on my WANT list. Always liked them. Can't see them getting an awful lot cheaper than now
     
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    Are the Viscous LSD's no use for slides compared to 1.5 or 2 way? I've only driven with a welder.
     
  4. GT-ARR

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    350z+cd009+diff+SPL(not cheap) and go :D unfortunally this car on my country cost around 22.000€ (average people gains 600€) for a non-cd009 and ~100000km seems fair :D. Every time i saw the prices on potencinally drift cars on country i laugh so much is ironic they cost almost the same as when they were new with more 100000km and some "good(ironic mode=on)" paint :D

    I'll vent, what can we do? Even with the most passion for drift you can't do much with this conditions. What you guys think share experience,hopes,ressents :D
     
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    I think the BMWs are always going to be popular because of the price/power ratio and the MX5s are a bit better of fuel and insure for the younger drifters. I think the second generation mx5 will be the cheapest option as it's not a classic yet.
     

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