Cars from Fast & Furious (2009) 1987 Buick GNX Dom and Letty use this car in the opening scenes of Fast & Furious, as they've gone back to hijacking trucks on the move. The Buick GNX was a hot rod version of the sleepy Buick Regal, and was claimed as the fastest production car ever built at the time. The all black appearance of the car also earned it the nickname "the Darth Vader car." 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Look familiar? This is the resurrected version of the Charger that Dom wrecks at the end of the first film. Those who know what to look for can see some minor changes to the trim, and in reality it's probably an entirely new car. 1998 Nissan Skyline GT-R (GT-BNR34) Brian O'Connor loves him some Skylines. We saw him drive a silver one in the second film, and he builds this one from the parts of two Skylines and a new Nissan GT-R, all conveniently impounded by the authorities. That must be one of the perks of being a cop; you get to use the impound lot as your personal parts store. 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Considering how Dom tends to wreck cars, it's hard to believe he's still driving this Chevelle. We saw it at the end of the first movie, and it's still red when we first see it in the latest movie, but for some reason he decides to repaint it to primer grey. We're not sure why, but in any color, it still looks like it's going to be fast enough to melt your face off. 2001 BMW M5 German cars get no love in the Fast & Furious series. BMWs and Mercedes show up in races only to be wrecked, both as race cars and obstacles. Which is a shame, because the M5 is a great car. We can only hope that the next chapter embraces the European tuning scene. But maybe that's what the Transporter series is for. 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport The latest Fast & Furious has a lot more American muscle than we've seen before, and this Gran Torino is a fine example. The red and white Gran Torino featured on Starsky & Hutch is probably the most famous example of Ford's other (non-Mustang) muscle car. 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STi Another refugee from the impound yard. What the WRX STi lacks in the looks department (someone here said it looks like a minivan), it makes up for in speed and handling. The STi is the street legal version of Subaru's series of World Rally champion cars, and like the Mitsubishi Evos, was made more popular by the Gran Turismo game series. 1973 Chevrolet F-Bomb Camaro Hot Rod magazine Editor in Chief David Freiburger took an $800 Camaro beater and turned it into a 1500-horsepower, twin turbo beast of a car. Dubbed "Project F-Bomb," the idea was to create a street legal car that could also dominate at the drag strip, harkening back to the good old days of "run what you brung." The F-Bomb seen in the movie isn't the original car, but even use of the replica shows a surprising awareness of the muscle car scene in a film series mainly known for hot import tuners.
so far it was the best sequel ever since 2fast 2 furious.. a really great movie to watch and i must warn you.. if you haven seen the 1st,2nd and 3rd movie yet.. go watch it before watching this 4th movie.. because Hans from tokyo drift is back in this race.. all the ole characters from the 1st movie comes back here.. the cars are more powerful and deadly.. great driving actions.. makes you want to get in your car and drive fast while watching .. The music has never been so good.. great musicians such as Soulja Boy , Pitbull, Pharrell Williams, Lil Jon, Robin Thicke and many names.. The official trailers plays the music from new comers "We Are Rockstars" by Does It Offend You, Yeah? this music adds the extra adrenaline to the movie. It is really a worth watching movie if your into fast cars, girls, music and ACTION!
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Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R - *1:43 Kyosho* Slowly going back to the hobby and with the ridiculous price tags on those 1:18th scale models, I guess 1:43rd scale is suitable in these t...