- Fast and Furious 7 confirmed for July 11, 2014
- Paul Walker Goes Old School, Ducks Nissan GT-R Under Truck in New Furious 7 Video
Fast and Furious 7 confirmed for July 11, 2014
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It's 5am, Monday morning, and for the past 36 hours Dennis McCarthy and his crew have been burning the candle at both ends finishing six matching Dodge Challengers for the feature Furious 7 at his Vehicle Effects business in Los Angeles. With performance parts installed, extensive fabrication carried out, and fresh paint sanded and buffed to a showroom finish, the cars are to be delivered to his client seven hours away, where they will be loaded inside a C cargo plane and then reduced to scattered piles of rubble as they slam into the desert floor at terminal velocity -- exactly what they were built to do. Dennis is picture car coordinator for Furious 7, the latest in the Fast and Furious film franchise. To put it simply, his job is to buy, build, and oftentimes wreck cars for a living. And this time around, he has his work cut out for him. Cars designated "first unit production," or "halo" cars are the real deal. These can be sourced from actual owners or built by Dennis and his team.
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Paul Walker Goes Old School, Ducks Nissan GT-R Under Truck in New Furious 7 Video
The only hitch? The car is priced at a cool million euros. If that sounds like a lot of money to you--even for an R34 GT-R--you're not alone. The car itself is no slouch, however, with a strong set of modifications to make it even better than an unmolested example. If you've got the dosh, or just want to imagine you do for a little while, you can find the car for sale at GT-A in Munich, Germany, though it appears the car has already changed hands behind the scenes at least once, as the car is still titled in Florida.
Everything that Paul Walker touched, or rather drove in the Fast and the Furious franchise turned into gold. It takes only ms to shift gears and it actually handles better than most SUVs in the snow. Basically, the GT-R is one awesome supercar that lets you speed minus any stability or composure loss; and despite all this, manages decent mileage as well. It does not lose traction or stability and is not even a guzzler. One of the main reasons that the Skyline was used multiple times in The Fast and the Furious franchise is the fact that it is fast. And not just fast — it is crazy fast!