Posts Tagged ‘fast and furious’

Fast and Furious 6 Nissan GT-R Revealed

Friday, January 25th, 2013:

Check out this cool blue Nissan GT-R that will be seen in the upcoming Fast and Furious 6 set to hit theaters May 24. We’re surprised that they are even making a sixth installment of the Fast and Furious series as it seems each sequel doesn’t live up to hype. The original should go down in history as the movie that changed the car tuning industry for the better or worse as some may say. Anyways, this GT-R received a ton of modifications from the new aerodynamic kit to the performance upgrades under the hood.

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Fast Five Cars

Saturday, May 7th, 2011:

If you recently saw the blockbuster Fast Five from the Fast and Furious movie series, then here are some pictures of the cars in the movie. The scenes included makes and models from all over the world, starting with the classic 1965 Chevy Corvette to the GT40 track star. Newer car models included the Godzilla Nissan GTR, Dodge Challenger, and SRT powered Dodge Charger. The one car, or truck must I say, that was seen throughout the Fast and Furious 5 movie was the armored truck called the Gurkha LAPV, driven by the former wrestling superstar The Rock. Hit the jump to see the full list of cars in the movie Fast Five, as well as the official trailer if you’ve been sleeping under a rock.

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Fast and Furious Movie Car For Sale

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010:

Fast and Furious Movie Car For Sale

Up for sale at the Volo Auto Museum in Illinois is this matte gray 1970 Dodge Charger RT movie car, which claims to have been driven by Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto in the 2009 Fast and Furious movie. Not only being a movie car, the custom Charger features a stripped and modified interior with a new sport steering wheel, plenty of gauges, and an automatic V8 with a large supercharger and intake coming out the hood. They say the appraised value is $200,000, however I have a hard time believing that due to the fact that Hemmings values a 1970 Dodge Charger RT around $28,995 to $74,900. But I guess spending the extra 100k for an all time classic movie car could be worth it. Fortunately they have “marked” the price down to $129,998 for anyone interested. Click here to check out the official listing.

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