This is Mark Still's "No Style" Corolla. Yes, that's driving and reviewing it, but pay attention to the road. You see, Still loves that road and he wanted something fun to drive on it, but he didn't know much about sports cars. What he had was a 1975 Corolla and a career as a Hollywood master fabricator. Then he got his mitts on some Lexus parts.
Under the Corolla went the front and rear subframes of a Lexus SC400 and all its associated suspension. The engine bay swallowed the Lexus's 1UZ V8, but Still couldn't get the Eaton M112 supercharger to clear the hood, so he punched out a workmanlike hole—which has the happy secondary effect of giving frightened onlookers the chance to see the twirling blower pulley. And then there's the crazy header arrangement—the 1UZ didn't sound wild enough, so he fabricated some equal-length headers with four crossovers to perfect the audio signature.
As Farah points out, the greatest thing about this Corolla is that nothing was built for aesthetics. Everything is function-first; if it looks insanely badass, that's just a happy consequence.