But what if we tell you that a 1973 Camaro F-Bomb replica, or at least one of the cars that was used in the film, is now up for grabs for just $39,998 (although according to the guys at Volocars, the car’s appraised value is of $80,000)?
The fourth movie in the Fast & Furious series marked the return of the two original main characters, Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker). Dom was, in fact, the one to drive the car in question through the underground tunnels.
Replicated after the “Nelson” F-Bomb that was built and featured in the Hot Rod Magazine, the car was used as a stunt car and set up to perform wheelies for the movie. After the filming was concluded, the car was restored and is now fully functional, just like a normal vehicle.
Included with the sale is the underbody mounted camera and wheelie rig. Powered by a 350 horsepower V8 engine, the car is finished in a Frosted Green paint, it has F-Bomb fender details and Weld drag wheels shoed with new BF Goodrich tires.
Inside, the Camaro F-Bomb Fast & Furious 4 replica features a roll cage, Kirky racing seats, B&M shifter, GT wheel, factory tach and gauges, aluminum door panels and details.