Own "The Fast and the Furious" 1970 Dodge Charger

For Sale

The car is still damaged after colliding with a semi-truck.

Back in 2001, a little film called "The Fast and Furious" debuted, making Vin Diesel a huge star, for better or worse. Since then, a total of five sequels have been made, with the seventh film in the franchise due to arrive next summer. For the serious "Fast and Furious" fan, one particular car from the original film is up for sale that will surely be well worth the high asking price. For $690,000 this 1970 Dodge Charger is one of five examples used in the film, and is the only one up for sale.

Power comes from a 440 cu in V8 engine, the two-door hardtop also features headers, a rollcage, and a prop blower on the hood. It's also just how it appeared at the end of the film after colliding with semi-truck, there’s still plenty of body damage throughout. Despite all this, there’s little doubt someone out there will be more than willing to spend big to have it. After all, Vin Diesel’s ass was once parked in the driver’s seat. Hat tip to Voegtlin-Potter.

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