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Vin Diesel's 1970 Dodge Charger RT from Fast & Furious Movie Up For Sale

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The Volo Auto Museum in Illinois has put up for sale this matte gray 1970 Dodge Charger RT, which it claims was one of the cars driven by Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto in the 2009 Fast and Furious movie. The muscle car has all the expected custom touches like a sports steering wheel, stripped and customized interior and massive bonnet scoop.

There isn't much information on the dealer's site, other than the fact it's an automatic V8 and that the appraised value is US$200,000. That's rather high, given that Hemmings values a 1970 Dodge Charger RT around the US$28,995 to $74,900 mark. Then again, those vehicles didn't make it to Hollywood.

Fortunately, this one is selling for the low, low price of $129,998, or about $55k over a pristine non-movie car for the privilege of owning a vehicle that may or may not have had its seats caressed by Vin Diesel's tushie.

Link: Volo


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18 Comments:

Anonymous said... »October 09, 2010

"massive bonnet scoop" where's the scoop then? : P sorry couldn't resist the pun

Anonymous said... »October 09, 2010

Movie cars are typically built pretty rough around the edges. Museum must be on hard times to sell it.

Anonymous said... »October 09, 2010

uhm, wasnt that car black? How s this one grey?

LC David said... »October 09, 2010

Amazing car, i like it.

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Autotech said... »October 10, 2010

Not much of a Mopar fan but the value to me isn't much different without documented proof that this was one of the actual cars. I would think the car would be worth more if all the numbers matched and it was in original condition.

Hollywood didn't make Muscle Cars, Detroit Did (lol)

Anonymous said... »October 10, 2010

Ugly as hell, what else can I say. I wouldn't pay more than price of normal Charger RT in average condition.

Anonymous said... »October 10, 2010

i will take the super 2011 dodge charger r/t that appears in another thread. now, that is hot, hot, hot... this one is iconic, but not my thing, unlike the new charger and even sweeter challenger srt-8 from the dodge boys.

Anonymous said... »October 10, 2010

^ yes. the '11my charger is rad!

Anonymous said... »February 21, 2011

This must have been a rolling show car due the fact it only has a 350, while if you watch the movie, you can clearly see the hemi valve covers.

Anonymous said... »April 24, 2011

the only reason its nicer than the regular charger rt is because of the amazing effect given of by the scoop.

Anonymous said... »July 15, 2011

i will take the super 2011 dodge charger r/t that appears in another thread. now, that is hot, hot, hot... this one is iconic, but not my thing, unlike the new charger and even sweeter challenger srt-8 from the dodge boys.

Patrick Moore said... »October 10, 2011

this car right here i would go broke just to have it

Wilmagirl3 said... »October 16, 2011

are you going to sale this item

emiliano said... »March 16, 2012

esse carro e foda

Anonymous said... »May 15, 2012

Ur stupid if ya belive its from the film this is matte not deep gloss black durr!

david Duffey said... »September 18, 2012

I want to buy that car.

Chris96 said... »October 18, 2012

man vin desil has the best cars there is

alex mijares said... »February 18, 2013

i want that car to be my first car scence im only 14

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