Joma Montaner’s Old School Toyota Celica Drift Machine

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In the world of drifting, there are cars that can people can easily associate to the word “drift;” the most common probably being the Nissan S-chassis-based cars, and the Toyota Hachi-Roku. But there’s something special about doing something that goes out of the norm, like what Joma Montaner has done here.

A Celica isn’t something that you usually use in the same sentence that contains the word “drift.” But hey, if you really want to stand out from the crowd of drift cars out there, then being different is definitely one way to do it. And it looks like Joma Montaner has succeeded in separating his car from the crowd.

Read on to see the rest of the gallery…


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Sideways action…

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This car can definitely burn rubber.

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Widebody goodness!

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2.0 GT huh? Yeah right. Wait till you see what’s under the hood…

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1JZ no sh…

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5 Responses to Joma Montaner’s Old School Toyota Celica Drift Machine

  1. Theomar Angelo Alvarado via Facebook says:

    i thought i just saw an ae86… nice

  2. Rock D Ocampo via Facebook says:

    This is the “celica supra” if im not mistaken…

  3. Brian Paul Benipayo Santos via Facebook says:

    Are you talking about this ride?

  4. Those where the years that Celica and Supra look like close twins.

  5. Those where the years that Celica and Supra look like close twins.

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