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Hoonigan Puts Two Fast & Furious Homage Cars On The Dyno To See What Power They Make

Hoonigan Puts Two Fast & Furious Homage Cars On The Dyno To See What Power They Make

The dyno battle is the precursor to an epic, Fast & Furious-inspired drag race between a Ford F-150 "Frightening" and a Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

Hoonigan shows some love for the original Fast & Furious movie by hosting a "Dyno war" at throtl’s dyno where two cars, inspired by the 2001 Fast & Furious movie, put down some epic numbers, worthy of the franchise. Hoonigan brings their Ford F-150 "Frightening", which is a parts bin special with a 2JZ swap while throtl brings out a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX, modified to look like Brian O’Conner’s original car. This one, however, is the real deal, so it should be interesting to see what power it makes. Hopefully, no "danger to manifold" signs pop up.

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This Mid-Engined, Hellcat-Powered 1968 Dodge Charger Is a Perfect Replica of Dom's Charger in Fast and Furious 9

This Mid-Engined, Hellcat-Powered 1968 Dodge Charger Is a Perfect Replica of Dom’s Charger in Fast and Furious 9

This one-off, mid-engined Charger is a cool replica, and it’s even road-legal!

The restomod company, SpeedKore just made a one-off 1968 Dodge Charger based on Dom’s Charger in Fast 9. The vehicle’s official name is "Hellacious," and it is very fitting, indeed.

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The 1969 Ford Mustang "Anvil" From Fast And Furious 6 Is Alive And Looks Gorgeous

The 1969 Ford Mustang "Anvil" From Fast And Furious 6 Is Alive And Looks Gorgeous

Remember the Fast 6 Ford Mustang that got crushed by a tank? Well, it’s alive and kicking with all its 805 horsepower

When it comes to classic American muscle cars, the Ford Mustang is among the most iconic names in the history of fast American cars. The Mustang, like other iconic muscle cars, has been immortalized in cinema, and you may remember this particular example from the Fast 6. The 1969 Ford Mustang “Anvil” may be a movie star, but it’s not an “all-show, no-go” situation like with many movie cars. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.

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Jason Momoa Confirmed For Fast & Furious 10

Jason Momoa Confirmed For Fast & Furious 10

Jason Momoa brings a new level of awesomeness to the Fast & Furious franchise, as he is playing a flamboyant villain in Fast 10

The Fast and Furious franchise is familiar to car enthusiasts from at least two generations. For a while, we have been hearing that they aim to make 10 F& F movies, before calling it a night. Over the years, we’ve seen some of the best-known actors, like Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, Gal Gadot, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, John Cena, and others. The 10th and (maybe) final movie includes another modern-day action star – Jason Momoa, and he is going to play the villain and a very flamboyant one at that.

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The Rarest Cars in the Fast and Furious Saga

The Rarest Cars in the Fast and Furious Saga

These are the rarest cars, featured in the Fast and Furious movies

The Fast and Furious movies are a usual pastime for many car enthusiasts. Many iconic JDM cars like the Supra and Skyline have achieved cult status, due in no small part to being featured in the F&F saga. But around the fifth movie, the car Fast and Furious cars started to gradually become more expensive and rare, with some having less than 10 examples built. Without further due, here are the rarest Fast and Furious cars.

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The Most Underrated Fast & Furious Movie Cars

The Most Underrated Fast & Furious Movie Cars

12 Fast and Furious Cars that deserved more Screen Time.

Cars are an essential part of Fast and Furious movies, or at least they used to be before the franchise’s gradual transition to the action-packed special op-like theme. Before that happened (around the sixth or seventh movie), it was still mostly about the cars. Some vehicles got more attention than others, mostly due to the character associated with them. With this in mind, here are a couple of Fast and Furious vehicles that, we think, deserved a bit more screen time.

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Get Out Of The House To Watch The Entire Fast and Furious Franchise For Free

Get Out Of The House To Watch The Entire Fast and Furious Franchise For Free

If you’re not tired of the F&F series as some are, this might be a good incentive to get off the couch and into the theaters.

Fast & Furious 9 is set to make its debut in theaters on June 25th as one of the first major blockbuster movies to be released since Covid-19 ruined the better part of two years. To help create some mojo surrounding F9’s release and, ultimately, increase its theatrical success, Universal Studios is promoting what it calls “Fast Friday” showings of every Fast and Furious movie leading up to the first screening of F9.

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1,487 - That's The Number Of Cars Destroyed Making the Fast & Furious Franchise

1,487 - That’s The Number Of Cars Destroyed Making the Fast & Furious Franchise

The price of entertainment is steep for all of these cars

The Fast and Furious franchise has wrecked a total of 1,487 cars from the first movie of the franchise all the way up to Furious 7. That total does not include all the mangled cars from Fast 8 (Fate of the Furious), Fast 9, and the Hobbs & Shaw spin-off movie. Put those together and the vehicular carnage in the franchise probably exceeds 2,000 cars. That’s a lot of twisted metal spread out over two decade’s worth of Fast and Furious movies.

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Not-So Fast & Furious: The Rejected Cars from the Fast & Furious

Not-So Fast & Furious: The Rejected Cars from the Fast & Furious

There are a few surprising rejections among these rides

You can argue that the Toyota Supra Mk IV and the 1970 Dodge Charger became even more popular because of their appearance in the original movie. But while a lot of people associate these two cars and a slate of others with the franchise, there are just as many vehicles — if not more — that almost made it to the movie. Craig Lieberman was the technical director of the Fast & Furious, and according to him, a lot of cars were considered for the original movie but were ultimately rejected for one reason or another. It’s time to drag race down the Fast & Furious memory lane with Lieberman to learn which cars didn’t make it into the movie. There are a lot of them, including a few surprise omissions.

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Fast 9 Delayed Yet Again And James Bond Is To Blame

Fast 9 Delayed Yet Again And James Bond Is To Blame

Toretto-Bond is a fight we’d love to see

The ninth installment of the Fast and Furious saga was supposed to come out May 22 this year. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic put those plans on ice, as it did every other Hollywood movie that was supposed to come out in theaters this year. Universal Studios called an audible and rescheduled the release for April 2, 2021, but now it looks like Fast 9’s release will once again get pushed back to May 2021. Oddly enough, COVID-19 isn’t to blame for this latest reschedule; the fault lies squarely on the shoulders of James Bond or, more specifically, the release of No Time to Die, the 25th movie of the long-running movie franchise. Originally scheduled for release on April 3 this year, No Time to Day was pushed back to November. Then it was pushed back yet again for April 2, 2021, or the earlier release date of Fast 9 before it got bumped off to May 2021. Don’t be surprised if Dominic Toretto sets his sights on James Bond in Fast 10.

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Vin Diesel's Fast and Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Is Now a Lego Technic Set

Vin Diesel’s Fast and Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Is Now a Lego Technic Set

The perfect muscle car to hoon in isolation

Here’s another reason for Fast and Furious fans to jump for joy. The franchise teamed up with Lego to build Dom Toretto’s Charger and the end result is just as smashing as the Fast and Furious muscle car. Plus, given the whole coronavirus isolation thing going on globally, getting the set will offer a massive boost for any gearhead’s morale these days.

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Could You Stomach Watching Every Fast and Furious Movie for $900?

Could You Stomach Watching Every Fast and Furious Movie for $900?

You’re going to do a lot of eyework, but it should be worth it if you’re planning to marathon all the movies anyway

Fast 9 is speeding into cinemas this April, so expect full-blown marathons from F&F fanatics to start soon. One dealership in New York is raising the bar on the marathon-viewing experience by offering $900 to someone willing to put their Fast & Furious fandom to the test.

It’s not free money, though. The individual who’s willing to take the dealership up on the offer must watch all eight Fast and Furious movies and the Hobbs & Shaw spinoff. From there, a series of tasks is also required, including sharing the whole experience on social media. Do all of that and you will take home $900 for all you trouble. Is $900 worth all that effort? It will be for someone who has enough time on his hands.

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Fast And Furious 9 Will Be About Sibling Rivalry and How The Hell Is Han Alive?

Fast And Furious 9 Will Be About Sibling Rivalry and How The Hell Is Han Alive?

I’m not sure if they are running out of ideas or are just confused…

A new trailer for Fast and Furious 9, aka Fast 9, aka F9, has launched and it includes the usual batch of impossible yet action-packed stunts and crazy driving antics to go with an a new story line that takes the “family” into new territory. Along with all of this, however, comes a number of questionable twists. First off, it looks like Mia is back in the action, but that leads to question as to where the hell Brian is – after all, they ran off together so that they could be a functional family. And, since when does Dom have a brother?

That’s what the plot of Fast 9 is all about, by the way. Apparently, Dom has a brother that’s not only a precious driver, but an assassin as well. Apparently, he’s spent his entire life trying to one up Dom – i.e. be stronger and faster – and now he’s out to kill him. It sounds like one hell of a brother’s quarrel to me, and somehow they’ll probably end up showing some brotherly love in the end. The action scenes look amazing, but as is the case with each movie that comes along, the stunts get more and more unrealistic.

What I’m more interested in, though, is how the hell is Han still alive? This isn’t an issue of the movie being based before the others, so apparently Han faked his death and didn’t tell anyone? There are a number of theories out there, and I guess we’ll find out in due time, but at least the movie is going to be interesting. I do have to admit, though, that these movies are getting more and more outlandish as they go. Hell, there’s even a Pontiac Fiero with a rocket strapped to it – the only way that car could ever be fast. But, I digress. Check out the trailer for yourself below and let us know what you think.

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