If you’ve ever sat around with your toy cars, sliding them tail-out as you make (more or less convincing) motor sounds with your mouth, you know the joy that is drifting—whether it’s the flat-brim-and-energy-drink crowd or the Dukes of Hazzard that inspires you. Now you can get your Hot Wheels cars to drift for real.
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How? You’ll need some time, some practice, some special materials, and the tutorial video below—once the creator gets around to dubbing in the actual audio instructions.
Until then, just enjoy the miracle of slideways Hot Wheels.
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