500HP BMW E30 w/ Supra Engine + 400HP M3 E30 + 400HP Skyline: Falken Drift Show - 1080p HD

A video here of a Falken drift show a few weeks ago. In this video you will see the following cars: -1983 BMW 323 E30 with Toyota/Yamaha 1JZ-GTE (Supra) engine: 503HP, 581NM -BMW M3 E30 with 5000cc V8 M5 E39 Dry sump engine: 400HP -BMW M3 E30 3.0l -Nissan Skyline R33 2.5 turbo: 400HP They produce some nice sounds and perform a great show, so enjoy! Please comment, like and subscribe!

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