A quadrillion square foot multi-bay shop with a floor you could eat an omelet off is most awesome for television, and a bunch of guys arguing about what gee gaw to weld or install onto a motorcycle or car. One can also achieve greatness with a modest garagelet. Proof is this 1984 Starlet with a 20-valve 4AG engine stuffed under the hood in place of its original K-series pushrod peanut grinder. This handy swap almost triples the stock output of this now mighty Starlet. Some key suspension mods combined with this newfound horsepower leads to most excellent sanctioned drifting hoonage. Bonus for orange coveralls, the guy in the cowboy hat, and Drift King appearance.

[Thanks to the Starlet obsessed at KP61.net for the tip]

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