Help me Pick My Drift Car

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You choose the next ChrisFix project car that will be used in the upcoming build series!
Voting is over and here is what I picked!!!
https://youtu.be/_ryGH_aTgS4?list=PLvKbarVtwhUtfd0HpR9IUCGGgXQRInyyu

Thanks a lot to the guests who gave some drift car ideas:
Engineering Explained – https://www.youtube.com/engineeringexplained
Busted Knuckle Films-http://www.youtube.com/bustedknucklevideo
SubaruWRXfan- https://www.youtube.com/subaruwrxfan

I want to hear your ideas so comment below! The car has to be rear wheel drive and around $4000 or less.

Some drift car ideas include, Mazda Miata, Mazda RX8 or RX7, Chevy Corvette, Ford Mustang, a pickup truck, Chevy El Camino, Nissan 350z, Nissan 240, Datsun Z, Chrysler Crossfire, Chevy Camaro, etc…

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