Actual screen car from
The Movie Fast and the Furiuos, came from a famous Museum in Illinois , the car has paperwork from the builders for Universal studios and is certified . This is a movie prop, if you are into this Iconic film used cars this is a great find.
If you are a hard-core Mopar guy please understand this is not your typical dodge charger, this is a car used during the filming, not used for stunts ( thanks God) or it would have been wrecked like most of them. Not a Hemi car either, is a movie prop and it’s value is tied to the iconic movie.
The car runs and drives but is more a car that should be part of a collection or museum.
If you have a serious intentions of buying this car please contact Rick at 1.786-218-1763 you can also text
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