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I'm trying to find list of best cars for drifting (cheep and with left wheel), Can anyone please suggest me some cars?

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I thinks it's related on your motivation and why you want car for drifting.

For me the best solution is Nissan Silvia S15, it's powerful and flexible car. Adding some suspensions and other parts will allow you to win any race you want. If you are good racer.

BMW M3 (E46) is good one too. But remember, at first learn to leave your not such a powerful car at the ground and then think about Silvia or E36. Good luck.

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I think this is top 10, if ignore the left whell

+(there is a left wheel version)

  • Nissan 350Z +
  • Skyline R34 GT-T
  • Nissan Silvia S13
  • Nissan Silvia S14
  • Bmw M3 E30 Mazda +
  • RX-7 (FD3S)
  • Nissan 180SX/200SX +
  • Nissan Silvia S15
  • Bmw M3 E46 +
  • Toyota Altezza
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