Fast & Furious Nissan 350Z From Tokyo Drift Is Looking For A New Home

Here’s your chance to buy a car that featured in one of the early “Fast and the Furious” movies and isn’t total rice.

It’s pretty hard to get your hands on some serious Fast and the Furious motoring memorabilia given the fact that the majority of the cars used on the set were some sort of mules and the ones that were functional are complete pigs by today’s standards. I mean, who would’ve want to be seen in Suki’s S2K, for example?

This menacing looking 350Z and the Nismo Mustang were arguably the coolest modified cars seen in the third iteration of the franchise: Tokyo Drift. And now, you can actually purchase the Z and call it yours

The automobile comes with complete full-documentation, proving its hero car authenticity. In fact, it’s same car that executed that perfect drift up the car park, in DK’s hands – at least that’s what the seller says.

Still, the rig was prepped by Veilside and it sports the tuner’s Version 3 Wide Bodykit and an APS twin-turbo powerplant that boosts the power from the 280 stock horses all the way to 430 Hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. Moreover, the power is handled by a Nismo twin plate clutch and a Nismo two-way differential.

That said, the car is currently set up for drifting your brains out, but it can be returned to standard spec to drive it like a normal, sane person on the streets. It only has 9,800 miles on the clock and it costs £149,995 ($233,932). Or as the cocky Ferrari driver from the first movie would say: “More than you can afford, pal”.


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