This is part 3 of Rhett del Rosario’s project car drift car – a Toyota Cressida GX81 a.k.a. Chaser/MKII/Cresta.
In this part of the series we bring your mouth-watering car porn of the freshly installed body kit, wheels, and coilover drop coming together to give this car the serious attention-grabbing drop-dead-gorgeous looks that will surely set it apart from the rest of the vehicles not only in the drifting scene, but against any other car in the Philippines for that matter. Because it’s not everyday that you see a Cressida, what more a modified one as beautiful as this…
Read on to see the rest of the photos.
Kei Office Coilovers have been installed all around giving the Cressida its killer stance that’s meant not only to look so damn hot, but to perform damn well too! These coilovers are known to be very expensive, but are well worth the money because they are well known to handle phenomenally well.
What’s left to be installed in the mechanical department is the 1JZGTE engine and bigger front brakes from a Nissan Skyline.
Check out the awesome dropped stance courtesy of the Kei Office Coilovers. Note that the Honda Civic on the right is also lowered. On the left is a Subaru Impreza bumper with chin.
The Wonder Body Kit has come together real nicely. Only the rear bumper is left to be installed. Don’t forget that this body kit was actually meant for a Cefiro! But Rhett and the crew of Toycool garage have worked their magic and have managed to adapt the body kit into the Cressida, while keeping the lines of the original Cressida bumper.
All these lines flow flawlessly along the side skirts, which are colored white, same as the bumpers. This matches nicely with the Enkei wheels.
Enough said! I’m sure you’re itching for more pictures by now. So with no further ado, go ahead and enjoy the rest of the car porn.
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If you missed the series of this buildup, you can still catch it by clicking on the links below.
In part 1, we showed you the modifications being done on the drivetrain, which should help the car drift; as of course, this ride is being built to compete in the top drifting competitions in the country.
In part 2, we showed you the body kit being mocked-up onto the car, as well as a teaser of the 1JZGTE tire-shredder of an engine that will propel this car sideways.