If you’re interested in living out all of your Fast & Furious fantasties or just want to pretend that you’re as cool as Paul Walker, you now have your chance. The Toyota Supra from the original Fast & Furious film is now going up for sale through Mecum Auctions out of Indianapolis. According to Yahoo News, the car might fetch upwards of $200,000:
This particular Supra is one of a few built for the movie; only this is the one used in that memorable final scene where the late Walker (Brian O’Connor) in the Supra races Diesel (Dominic Toretto) in his Dodge Charger, jumping across railroad tracks before Diesel crashes into a semi-truck.
It is ready to ride, though probably not as fast as portrayed in the film:
Under the hood lies a naturally aspirated, 220-hp 2JZ-GE 3-liter inline 6 engine meshed to a 5-speed manual transmission. The car does feature a pair of Holley Performance nitrous-oxide bottles, though, but they aren’t connected.
Heavy duty suspension and a roll cage were added for filming, and as you can see in the imagery, the interior isn’t very luxurious. The exterior, however, is movie ready – with a Bomex body kit, APR rear wing and Dazz alloy wheels wrapped in Yokohama rubber.
If you haven’t seen the original movie in a while, relive the HIGH OCTANE ACTION in the clip below. Saliva in the soundtrack is like traveling through time…that is Saliva, right? I have a hard time telling.