There have been some insane 86 builds since the car first came out, but this one is definitely the craziest.

Being one of the perfect foundations to modify due to its light weight and classic setup, it’s been a favorite with tuners since its arrival in 2011. It’s also a favorite of Ryan Tuerck, with him running the rule adhering alternative at Formula Drift, built by Nameless Performance.

What’s his car while he’s at home? A Ferrari F136 engine swapped GT86 brilliantly named the GT4586. The 4.5 litre naturally aspirated V8 was taken right out of a Ferrari 458 and squeezed into the tight engine bay of the Japanese sports car. With cooling in the back, extra chassis bracing, and custom made parts littering the car, this really is the most beserk 86 build I’ve ever seen.

In the video below Ryan talks you through some of the modifications carried out by Nameless.

So… When’s Forsberg going to get a Lambo powered 370Z?

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