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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

Listed here are the iconic cars seen in the movies from The Fast And The Furious franchise. These cars were pimped and enhanced to make them look as cool as possible for the silver screen. The best cars in the film series became just as important as the actors. Souped-up sports cars, muscle cars and motorcycles tearing up the streets of major American and international cities are what The Fast and The Furious series is all about. Are you a Fast and Furious super fan? You should probably check out this Fast and Furious trivia and see if you really are as Furious as you say you are. If you pass that test, relive Furious 7 with these awesome Furious 7 quotes! This is an extensive list of all the coolest cars used in The Fast and The Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious, The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, Fast Five, Fast & Furious 6, Furious 7, and The Fate of the Furious. The final film in the car-racing franchise, Furious 7, is not only a thrill ride for car aficionados, but also a moving tribute to the late Paul Walker, the beloved actor who died in a car crash, with only half of his scenes for this movie completed at the time. This franchise became so popular not just because of its over-the-top action sequences but because audiences around the world fell in love with the characters. We all feel like we’re a part of the “family” too. why don’t you take a look and see who other fans voted their favorite Fast and Furious series characters and you can vote for your favorite as well!
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

The upcoming release of Fast & Furious marks the return of both Vin Diesel and Paul Walker to the franchise that helped make them stars. For that matter, Michelle Rodriquez and Jordana Brewster are returning too. That’s all well and good for the original cast to make their franchise comebacks, but for some of us, the Fast & Furious movies are really just about the cars. That’s why we’ve put together a list of our favorite cars from each chapter in the series. We’ve picked out eight cars from each movie, and put them in a rough order that corresponds to when you see them on screen. Just think of this as RT’s Fast & Furious “dream garage,” and make sure to let us know which of these you would most like to have hidden away in your own garage.
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

The original score for 2 Fast 2 Furious was composed David Arnold, replacing BT, who had composed the original score for The Fast and the Furious. Not dissimilar to the original film, Arnold score was never officially released, but was also not featured on the official soundtrack.
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

Love them or hate them, the movies in “The Fast and the Furious” franchise deliver on what they promise: gratuitous action and lots of cars. The plots may only hold water until you start to think about them, but each film seems to outdo the last in terms of physics-defying stunts and the rarity and quality of the sheetmetal on screen. With hundreds of cars featured over the years, it’s tough to choose just a handful. Nevertheless, here are our top 20 cars from the first six films.
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

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.
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

One of the bad guys in “2 Fast 2 Furious” drives a ’69 Yenko Camaro. The muscle car is won by Brian O’Conner after a race for pink slips, and it’s used in the second half of the movie to evade cops and jump onto a boat. The car used in the film was a replica, which is good considering genuine Camaros prepared by famed dealership Yenko Chevrolet are some of the most sought-after collector cars in all of autodom.
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

1995 Volkswagen Jetta A3 Admittedly, Jesse’s Jetta isn’t really that hot; the body modifications look awkward, and it doesn’t help that it loses the only race we hear about. But the German marques are woefully absent in the entire Fast and Furious, and so we’re sneaking in this VW.
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2 Fast 2 Furious Cars

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS You didn’t get to see this car unless you stayed through entire end credits of The Fast and the Furious. After Dom drives off in Brian’s Supra, he apparently heads down to Mexico and at some point picks up this classic hot rod. And though we only see it for a moment in the first film, this Chevy makes a big comeback in the latest installment.
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2001 Honda S2000 A rare roadster makes an appearance in the Fast & Furious series, but this Honda is no mere boulevard cruiser. The stock version of the S2000 was a lightweight, perfectly balanced sports car. Suki’s car has a Veilside body kit, a custom pink paint job, and a great big bottle of nitrous in the trunk.
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1970 Dodge Challenger R/T If you saw Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, then you got to see a Challenger in one of the greatest car chases in recent film history. Tarantino used a white Challenger as an homage to Vanishing Point, but in any color, the Challenger was a hot car (even without the ejector seat seen in 2 Fast 2 Furious).
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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.”
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At the beginning of 2003’s “2 Fast 2 Furious,” Brian O’Conner drives an R34-generation Nissan Skyline GT-R. He enters the car in a four-way street race, where he jumps the twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive coupe off a bridge before getting car-tasered by the cops. The R34 returns in the fourth installment, though it’s unclear if O’Conner installed a “Gallo 12” or “Gallo 24” engine this time around.

The Honda S2000 probably isn’t the first car that comes to mind when you think of drag racing, but in the world of “The Fast and the Furious,” it’s apparently a top choice. Johnny Tran (Rick Yune) drives an S2000 with an estimated “hundred grand under the hood” at Race Wars, where he wins thanks to a strategically timed nitrous shot. In the second film, Suki (Devon Aoki) jumps a hot pink S2000 off a drawbridge and lands with only minor cosmetic damage.
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In the final scenes of “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) drives a 1967 Ford Mustang formerly owned by his father. The twist is that this pony needs a new engine, and being that the movie takes place in Japan, the natural choice is the twin-turbo, 2.6-liter RB26 inline-six out of the Nissan Skyline GT-R. Forget for a moment the amount of fabrication such a swap would require, and you can accept that the Nissan engine is the only choice for the Mustang’s new beating heart. Whether you call it blasphemy or car pornography, there’s no denying that this Mustang is one unique build.
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This rally-bred classic was a welcome sight in “Fast & Furious 6.” The original European-market Ford Escort was a force to be reckoned with in the late ’60s through the mid-’70s, especially in RS1600 and RS2000 guise. The car used in the film, driven by Brian O’Conner, is a 1970 Ford Escort RS1600. The original car was powered by a 16-valve, twin-cam, 1.6-liter Cosworth BDA four-cylinder engine that made roughly 113 hp. That may not sound like much, but consider that the Escort weighs less than 2,000 pounds. The small but mighty coupe faces off against a tank in the sixth film.
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David Freiburger, Roadkill host, built the F-Bomb 1973 Camaro as an experiment to see how far you could take a car while still maintaining its street-legal status. The result was the twin-turbo, 1,500-hp, olive drab-finished beast that “Fast & Furious” director Justin Lin just had to include in his film. Dominic Toretto drives a replica of the F-Bomb toward the end of the film and uses it to ram into the bad guy in one of the final scenes.
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Although “The Fast and the Furious” franchise’s original focus was mainly on the import scene, many subsets of car culture have been included over the years. The muscle car set was well represented in the fourth film, and the 1970 Chevelle SS was a prime example. The car is driven by Dominic Toretto, who races it against an E39-chassis BMW M5 before self-destructing it in a bid to take out the bad guy.

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