Tokyo Drift honestly was pretty bad.
Although it may not look like it at first glance, this 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo has a six-figure price tag. How much, exactly? $100,000, but the seller claims it has the potential to be worth upwards of $1 million. We’re not so sure of that, but the car itself is damn cool anyway. This is the very same '71 Monte Carlo that was done by renowned "Guru" Hollywood movie car builder Dennis McCarthy for "Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift."
McCarthy calls this his "all-time career favorite out of all of the cars that (he) made for 'The Fast and the Furious' movies." He has it on par with the Eleanor Mustang from "Gone in 60 Seconds," which recently sold at auction for $1 million. The Monte Carlo has a 350 V8 and just looks plain old bad ass with its "scrapped together" body and the baseball "smashed" into the glass. Supposedly, Universal Pictures will no longer sell movie cars to the public after this, but who knows if that’s true. So, would you drop $100k here? Photos via eBay.