Pickup from “Fast and the Furious” went on saleDecember 4, 2020
The American company MAXmotive, a dealer of vintage and exotic cars, has put up a custom pickup Chevrolet C10 for sale.
The truck that was filmed in the opening scene of the fourth episode of The Fast and the Furious, in which the protagonists kidnapped a fuel tank, was allegedly on sale.
This particular pickup with an orange cabin and vertical exhaust pipes, according to the sellers, was built specifically for filming by the famous customizer Dennis McCarthy – he has worked for Universal Pictures for the last 10 years. There is a single pickup truck.
True, the pipes, like the 10-band gearshift lever in the cabin, are fake in the pickup. Along with this, the car is equipped with an 8-cylinder 502-cc engine and large cargo wheels. About two and a half years ago, the pickup was already on sale – then they asked for $ 32,500. During the time that has passed since the beginning of the year before last, the hero of the spectacular scene has risen in price significantly. Currently, the exclusive Chevrolet C10 costs $ 46,250
In addition, some time ago it was noted that a motorhome based on the Hummer H1 SUV was put up for sale. It should be emphasized that this car has got everything you need for a comfortable journey, including an outdoor shower.
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