Mad JDM, yo.
The Fast and Furious movie franchise can be quite polarizing because of the huge “ricer” fad that it inspired around not just the United States, but the entire world with its nitrous, turbo boost, and tricked out graphics coupled with the never-ending gear shifting scenes. Although it may not be a car movie like Le Mans, it is still a film that takes aim at the automotive community.
Now, for just $75,000, you can own a piece of the Fast and Furious franchise! One of the four R34 Nissan Skylines that were used in the making of 2 Fast 2 Furious has recently been listed for sale on Craigslist in Jacksonville, FL.
According to the seller, the car was the one used in the bridge jump scene in the movie and was referred to as “Car No. 25” by Universal Motion Pictures. The car was modified inside and out to perform the six-foot jump safely but the engine and right-hand drivetrain were kept stock. The car was reportedly yellow before it was painted by the movie studio and given blue graphics. The seller also notes that the rear-wing on the car was damaged and broke off after performing the jump.
The 1999 right-hand-drive R34 Skyline is said to run good, be street-legal, and have all corresponding tabs and registration. It’s going to cost a pretty penny, but it will be worth it for somebody.
Here’s a link to the listing.
2 Fast 2 Furious R34 Skyline Gallery
[Source: Craigslist Jacksonville]