With the release of Fast 9, we have 9 Fast and Furious actors that own some seriously surprising cars. Let's go!
In this article, I’m going to take you through the cost of every one of these sick whips driven by Brian, Dom, Han, and all your favorite characters. This is the cost of every car from Fast Five!
Out of all the incredibly quick cars in The Fast and the Furious movies, we’re here to tell you about the absolute fastest.
We’ll be taking a look at some of the spookiest cars in automotive history. Some of them are driven by murderers on the Hollywood big screen, and others are real cars that just might kill you. So, let’s get into it, the scariest cars of all time!
We’re going to take a look at the cost of every car from the 2009 Fast & Furious movie, and what it would cost you to own the same cars seen on the silver screen. Let's go!
Today, we’re once again talking about our boy Paul Walker, whose BMW M1 just sold for a ridiculous sum of $500,000!
Nissan’s teasing the long overdue next generation Godzilla, the R36 GT-R, and it is one hell of a tease! The R35 GT-R has been withering away on the market for 11 years. And while it’s still fast, and still one of the best performance-per-dollar cars in existence, it’s really starting to lose its shine after over a decade.
With a budget of $38 million, the original The Fast and The Furious had plenty of moolah to spend on cars. $2 million bucks to be exact! From modded Supras and R/T Chargers to flashy F355’s, they definitely spent some cash. I mean, Toretto's Charger had a blower sticking two feet out of the hood!
$185,000. That’s what the Mark IV Supra from the first Fast and Furious sold for. A car that started at around $40,000 MSRP in 1993 is now worth over 4 times that! And now, some mad lads are asking for over $500,000 for a Mark IV Supra, and it’s not even Paul's! When will it end?
Two words: Bayside. Blue. I love R34s! And I'm not alone. Skylines are becoming more and more popular here in the States. I know I want one, don’t you? Well, good news, Ideal fam, today you can own and drive the Godzilla R32 and its modern brother, the R33 GT-R here in America! Street legal! And the last generation of the RB26 Skylines! The R34 GT-R is essentially the Holy Grail of modern Japanese sports cars. And the Holy Grail of the Holy Grail? Definitely the R34 driven by none other than Paul Walker in the fourth installment of the Fast and Furious.