Lucra LC470 From Fast & Furious 6 Pops Up On eBay

One of just three Lucra LC470’s commissioned for Fast and Furious 6 has just been listed for sale on eBay for $63,500.

The film’s picture car coordinator, Dennis McCarthy, intended on giving the Lucra a starring role in the movie as the car of Tej Parker, played by Ludacris.

Despite , however, three examples being built especially for the action flick, the car was barely shown in the film other than in a handful of cameo shots.

The LC470 in question was the first of the three built and was conceived to be used during filming in London. Consequently, it was designed to meet UK road regulations and has a fiberglass bonnet, rather than a carbon fiber one, in order to add weight to the car’s nose.

Nowadays the car is registered and titled for road use in Texas and its its odo reads just 1,482 miles (2,380 km). Power comes from an LS3 naturally-aspirated V8. While no horsepower or torque figures have been publicized, that brutish engine pushes around less than 900 kg (~2000 pounds), making the LC470 a true performance car.

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  • Tumbi Mtika

    I’ll take it.

  • Six_Tymes

    kinda cool design idea, mix an old Jaguar with an old Cobra. I would think it’s a blast to drive.

  • fabri99

    Eh, I don’t know… It’s extremely appealing, but it doesn’t come cheap and with that colour scheme it looks like the bad copy of a Lister Knobbly (although it costs £250,000).

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