Remember when you were a little kid, and your dad took you to a classic car show at some church parking lot? Old guys lounging around old Corvettes in lawn chairs… listening to oldies. Well, LS Fest takes this concept, wads it up, and throws it in the trash!
All the players came from far and wide.
Wearing afros and braids, kicking them gangsta rides.
Now I'm here to tell you there's a better day.
When the player's ball is happening, all day ery'day.
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Factory Five got their start in the mid-90s with their MK4 Cobra kits. Now - if you’re a child of the 90s, you might not be old enough to realize that before Factory Five, most of the ‘replica cars’ out there were more-or-less junk. Lots of Fieros trying to be Ferraris… they were obviously ‘less than’ the cars they were trying to replicate. Fool’s gold. But Factory Five came into the industry... View details ⇨
One of the many things that make the Porsche 911 cool – is that they’ve always been a little raw around the edges. It’s not about the price tag. You don’t flash ‘em like a designer watch. Yeah sure, they’re pretty enough, but Porsche’s pedigree lies more in greasy knuckles & exit speeds… rather than premium valet spots. A true driver’s car.
Look - in reality, you don’t need much to drift. RWD, decent power, lightweight… and then modify it as you can. So in theory, 90’s Japanese pickups are perfect. Check out Alec's LS swapped Nissan Hardbody Drift Truck!