It doesn’t happen very often anymore that I encounter interesting cars down on the streets. Finding a interesting Japanese sportscar like this Nissan 200SX RS13 is quite rare and what is even rarer: it is used as a grassroots drift car! Nissan 180SX RS13 drifter Judging from the side this car has seen some action already. And what was more surprising: the 200SX passed me a couple of days later and the driver turned out to be a girl.
The rear of the car was empty and a strutbrace was placed between the two rear towers to give the body more stiffness. Nissan 180SX RS13 drifter
Extra gauges are placed in the A pilar: Nissan 180SX RS13 drifter The body had a matte respray not too long ago and I must admit the matte finish makes this car stand out even more!
I had some good laughs on this Itasha video posted by youtuubeblows! Especially at the part where everybody starts dancing (@3:11) in their cosplay outfits and with the Evangalion itasha-van (or should that be dekoitasha?)! Not only does it show some Itasha to look at but also a serious otaku driftcar:
The Haruhi Racing Silvia S15 is a very beautiful one and apparently, judging by the screams by the Itasha girl, it can go sideways as well as any other drift car!
Now how long would it take before the Itasha catches on like this?
How about this Super Singlegirlclutch? And some Bee?R (rims) with that? Or do you need to upgrade your (drive) shaft for that girl? Or is your firehose empty already? Oh man, this stuff cracks me up! What a bunch of bad jokes!