Off-Road-Only Furious 7 Attack Buggy Is for Sale, Few People Seem to Care

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Despite the success any and every Fast and Furious movie enjoys in theaters, humanity's appeal for anything related to them seems to have toned down a little. Maybe it's because of the increasingly ludicrous path the series has taken, or maybe it's something else, but the reality remains the hype is now gone.
I'm not sure how many of you remember Furious 7, the seventh flick in the franchise. It's the one that established Jason Statham's character Deckard Shaw as one of the main antagonists for Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto. The one where cars are dropped for a plane. It is also the one that introduced Nathalie Emmanuel's Ramsey.

It's also the movie where Shaw briefly drives around in a custom-built buggy, chasing the good guys with malicious thoughts in mind. The buggy depicted there (good luck finding the exact scene online) is the one shown here, and it's selling. Again.

The vehicle is a purpose-built machine with no legal right to travel the world's roads. The off-roader was specifically made for the flick, and pairs a custom steel chassis with a gray and aluminum fiberglass body.

It is powered by an LS3 engine rocking a three-speed automatic transmission. We are not told the exact power output in this configuration, but that probably doesn't matter all that much. What probably matters is the fact that it’s unclear how many miles are on this thing, as it lacks an odometer.

The engine sends its power to 17-inch beadlock wheels wrapped in General Tire 17-inch rubber. Behind them the buggy was gifted with a hell of a suspension system, comprising coilovers and Fox hydraulic bump stops.

The interior of the thing is a testament to the fact this buggy was born for off-road adventures. It features a roll cage, MasterCraft seats in black cloth and vinyl, and AutoMeter gauges installed centrally.

This setup perfectly matches the exterior gear, which includes anything from a tubular grille guard to tow shackles.

If you feel the unnamed buggy is familiar, and not from Furious 7, then you might have seen it up for grabs before. The last time it did that publicly was back in 2022, when auction house Mecum tried to get rid of it. Despite the $30,000 high bid, the vehicle stayed put.

Someone did purchase it for an undisclosed amount in 2023, and now they're trying to get rid of it once more. The buggy is now on Bring a Trailer, together with a diecast model of itself made by Jada Toys.

And there it seems to be failing to capture the public's attention as well: with three days remaining in the auction, and after four bids, the highest it can hope for is $15,100.

Given how there's no reverse on the ride, it will probably sell, but it’ll do so without people trampling each other to get it.
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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