February 29, 2024


The ideal Automotive

Paul Walker’s ‘Fast & Furious’ Toyota Supra sells for about 4 crore rupees

The vivid orange 1994 Toyota Supra from the ‘Fast & Furious’ film collection has been bought for a document-breaking $550,000 ( 4 crore approx) via the Barrett-Jackson sector put in the US. The Supra, driven by Paul Walker (Brian O’Conner in the movie) highlighted in ‘The Fast and the Furious’ movie in 2001 and ‘2 Rapidly 2 Furious’ in 2003.

Together with the Supra, the winner of the auction will also get a complete documentation that consists of a certificate of authenticity. Announcing the sale of the Supra, Barrett-Jackson wrote on Twitter, “Marketed! The ’10-2nd car’ has crossed the block selling for a record-breaking $550,000!”

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Concluded in Sweet Orange pearl paint from Lamborghini Diablo, the iconic sports activities motor vehicle also options ‘Nuclear Gladiator’ graphics on its both sides. Other visual elements on the motor vehicle incorporate a Bomex entire body kit, TRD-fashion hood, APR aluminum rear wing, and 19-inch Dazz Motorsport Racing Hart M5 wheels.

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The inside of the automobile has been often observed in the ‘Fast & Furious’ films as numerous attention-grabbing scenes were filmed inside the automobile. The cabin is mainly black and is similarly desirable as the exterior. A good deal of interior search from the videos has been held intact. It has also been equipped with aftermarket gauges, steering wheel, blue seats, and a head device.

The Toyota Supra sources ability from a renowned 2JZ-GTE turbocharged 3.-litre inline-6 cylinder engine which sends its ability to the rear wheels even though a 4-pace automated transmission. There have been designed no modifications to the vehicle in terms of mechanicals.

The iconic sports car was designed by Eddie Paul at The Shark Store in El Segundo in California for the initially film and it was brought again and modified by the primary builder for its purpose in the sequel. It was afterwards returned to unique form with the resplendent Lamborghini Diablo Sweet Orange pearl paint and famed Troy Lee-intended ‘Nuclear Gladiator’ motif alongside the sides.