Which is your favorite Fast & Furious car?
From the orange Toyota Supra driven by the late Paul Walker to Dom's Ice Charger, the Fast & Furious franchise features some of the most memorable movie cars in history. This has led to a countless number of replica cars being built by fans and even a miniature Lego Technic version of Dom's iconic 1970 Dodge Charger. Since straying from its street racing roots, Fast & Furious has become one of the most popular movie franchises ever.
This guy has to be the biggest Fast & Furious fan we've ever seen, however. Meet Jorge, owner of the world's largest Fast & Furious car collection.
It all started three years ago when he built a custom green Mitsubishi Eclipse inspired by the car from the original Fast & Furious movie back in 2001. Since then, his collection has expanded to 24 Fast & Furious replica cars, which are stashed in a garage located in Edmonton, Alberta. Much to the disapproval of his wife, that number will increase to 35 when every car he's currently working on is finished. Jorge says he never intended to own the world's largest Fast & Furious car collection, but he simply couldn't stop after buying cars to modify.
This is an expensive hobby, but Jorge has imported cars from Japan to sell for a profit in the US to spend on his collection. In five years, he managed to flip ten Toyota Supras.
Among the cars in his unique collection include the green Mitsubishi Evo 8 designed to replicate the car in '2 Fast 2 Furious'. In the movie, the car was modified with RWD to help it drift around corners, but Jorge left it stock. He also owns a Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R designed to replicate Paul Walker's in '2 Fast 2 Furious,' and a replica of Han's orange and black Mazda RX-7 in 'Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift.'
To make his replicas as authentic as possible, Jorge is in contact with Fast & Furious technical director Craig Lieberman and people who own some of the hero cars. His most recently completed build is a Subaru Impreza WRX STi inspired by the car in 'Furious 7' complete with a rollcage installed. Looking ahead, Jorge is working on an A90 Toyota GR Supra build replicating the one that will feature in the delayed Fast & Furious 9 and Suki's pink Honda S2000 in '2 Fast 2 Furious'. With two more mainlne movies and multiple spin-offs planned, something tell us Jorge isn't going to stop building replica Fast & Furious cars any time soon.