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If you’ve been wanting to own a set of wheels like Dom, Brian and the gang, now is your chance.
The orange 1993 Toyota Supra that was used as a stunt car in key scenes in the original The Fast and the Furious film is hitting the auction block. The vehicle is listed by Mecum Auctions and will be available to the top bidder during their Indy 2015 event, taking place May 12-17 in Indianapolis.
The car was one of several of this model built for the first installment in the Universal franchise. This particular car can be seen in footage throughout the 2001 Rob Cohen-directed action hit, including in the pivotal final race, when it was driven by Paul Walker‘s Brian O’Conner against Vin Diesel‘s Dominic Toretto.
The vehicle comes equipped with a 2JZ-GE 3.0-liter inline-6 engine with 220 hp. It also features stunt suspension and a roll cage, which were added for the shoot.
A chance to drive like the film’s heroes won’t come cheaply, however, as the car is expected to sell for a price in the neighborhood of $150,000 to $200,000. Hopefully, if you plan to bid, you won’t have to steal a bank vault to come up with the cash. (If you don’t get that bank-vault reference, it may be time to rewatch Fast Five.)
To see the full listing, click here. A scene from the film featuring the Supra is below.
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Sterling K. Brown