Re: Drift chevelle
I'm sure you can do it. you need horsepower (no problem), handbrake (will need to fab a handbrake and brackets), and then some suspension work. The only thing I don't know is if the drift cars change the steering to allow the front wheels to turn more to deal with the drift angles. That might actually be the hardest thing to change. I would think there is enough aftermarket options for handbrakes, shocks, springs, etc. to do the rest.
While most of us are not into drifting, if this is your car and that is what you want to do with it, go ahead and try.
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