Today’s Finds

Infiniti G35 is a more luxurious Nissan 350Z. But, is it a better drift car? What’s the difference?

The Infiniti G35 is essentially the same drivetrain as the 350z being powered by the same VQ35DE naturally aspirated V6, and it’s amazing to me that you can find these cars for less than $5,000. The MSRP for a new Infiniti G35 in 2003 when they debuted was around $35,000, well equipped.  In a later

The 4th Generation Chevrolet Camaro LS1 V8 with T56 Manual Transmission HAS to be the best cheap drift car. That drivetrain though!

I have to admit, I didn’t intend to write this article. When I started evaluating potential candidates for drift cars that I would eventually like to purchase, I had a few cars at the top of my list. The last two articles I wrote were about two of those cars (the 5.0 V8 Fox Body

The Fox Body Mustang (and 5.0 SN95) is all you need to go drifting.

Cheap, V8, rear wheel drive, and easy to work on. And cheap. Did I mention it’s affordable? Love it or hate it, the fox body mustang is one of the most approachable, cheap, drift cars on the market today. There is a lot to love but there are a few things to keep in mind

The BMW e36 328i is one of the best cheap/entry level drift cars. Really.

If you’re like me, you’re itching to get out to the track and do some drifting. It just looks like so much fun. I’ve done some High Performance Driving Experience track days and a fair amount of autocrossing, but I definitely have to experience some sustained skids! Especially given my proximity to the #greatestplaceonearth aka


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