Ryan Tuerck delivers Christmas gifts in Ferrari powered Toyota 86

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American drifter, Ryan Tuerck, wishes friends and family a Merry Christmas by burning rubber in his outrageous Ferrari-powered Toyota 86. Dressed to match the occasion, the little Japanese coupe is seen embellished in Christmas lights and adorning reindeer ears and a bright red snout, too.

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With Santa Claus by his side, Ryan performs donuts and power slides, all while filling our ears with the harmonious melodies of Ferrari’s high-revving and naturally-aspirated V8. With a displacement of 4500cc, the engine, which has been pulled out of a Ferrari 458, produces a breathtaking 562 horsepower in stock form.

Toyota 86 Ferrari Ryan Tuerck

Although the LS engine is the go-to engine for most engine swaps, offering ample amounts of power in a compact package, there’s something about the protruding Ferrari inscribed dual overhead cams that are far more desirable.

Toyota 86 Ferrari Ryan Tuerck

Replacing the standard 7-speed transmission for a lighter and more durable Fortin Racing 5-speed transmission, Tuerck’s 86 is far from standard. With a custom exhaust system, ECU, bumpers, and a lot more, there’s not a whole lot that’s left stock on the legendary coupe.

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Finished in a bright red hue, Ryan’s 86 is fit for Santa duties and one that is bound to bring a smile to the face of petrolheads all across the globe.

Toyota 86 Ferrari Ryan Tuerck

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Ryan Tuerck delivers Christmas gifts in Ferrari powered Toyota 86
Ryan Tuerck delivers Christmas gifts in Ferrari powered Toyota 86
Ryan Tuerck delivers Christmas gifts in Ferrari powered Toyota 86
Ryan Tuerck delivers Christmas gifts in Ferrari powered Toyota 86

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