Fast & The Furious FAV Fast Attack Vehicle Jason Statham Screen Used Have a look

1915 Other Makes for sale in Littleton, Colorado, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Littleton, Colorado, United States
Make: Other Makes
Year: 1915
VIN: FASTATTACK2015677
Number of cylinders: 8
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Other Makes 1915

Please Only Bid If you have funds ready we are selling one of the favorites in thecollection to fun other ones. I can show it anytime for inspections just call me 720-882-4215.
Furious 7Fast Attack Vehicle

Jason Statham's “Furious 7” screen-used 500HP LS3 powered Fast Attack Vehicle (FAV)
Fast Attack Vehicle (FAV) driven on-screen by Jason Statham as ‘Shaw' in the 2015 movie, “Furious 7”, also starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Kurt Russell.
This military style FAV was custom fabricated by off-road racer, fabricator and movie car guru, Dennis McCarthy, specifically for use in the film. Dennis McCarthy is well know for such memorable movie cars as the “Fast & Furious” movie franchise cars, the Black Beauty from “Green Hornet”, futuristic “Deathrace” cars, the Ecto-1 from the “Ghostbusters” (2016) and even the new Batmobile. The build started with a custom tube chassis with Sweeny FX roll cage and interior panels. She's powered by a modified GM 6.2 LS3 engine mated to a Kilgore Turbo 400 (3spd) transmission with 9″ Moser rear end with Detroit locker. Other features include: the disc braking system, provided by Wilwood, King coil over shocks, MagnaFlow exhaust, Sparco steering wheel, Mastercraft racing seat, Sidewinder Shifter and Lucra fiberglass body.
“Furious 7” was the 7th installment of the “Fast & Furious” movie franchise. It grossed over $1.5 billion dollars at the box office making it the #1 biggest car movie ever and the 6th Highest grossing movie of all times.
This vehicle is for off-road use only. It is sold on a Bill of Sale.

Build info

It runs on a 500 horsepower GM 6.2 LS3 with Turbo 400 transmission by Kilgore with a 5.38 final gear ratio and Wilwood disc brakes. What really sets it apart are its in-house custom chassis, King coilover shocks, Sweeny FX roll cage around interior panels, and fiberglass body paint.Its monstrous wheels are 16-by-8 front and 16-by-10 rear, filled byGeneral Grabber tires.

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