There is just something so right about seeing a vintage American muscle car sliding sideways through a corner, it’s like it is what they were made to do. Meet Mikko Viitala, a Finnish Pro Drift driver who figured he build something with a little more style than most of the other cars on the drift circuit. Although the car looks like a 1970 split bumper Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, in reality it’s a 1978 model. The original whees-o-matic mill employing an old carburetor has been ditched in favor of a 6.2-liter LS3 from a 2010 Corvette, with power in the 500 horsepower range. What’s great about drifting a piece of classic iron though is that from a spectator standpoint it simply so much more fun to watch. Like I said, muscle cars were born to smoke tires and go sideways, so why not use them as God intended.