The 10-second Toyota Supra from the first two instalments of the Fast & Furious franchise recently was at a Barrett-Jackson auction a few days back.This Paul Walker-piloted car fetched $550,000 at the auction!.The Supra was part of the first and second Fast & Furious movies. It was driven by Paul Walker in the first instalment and returned as Slap Jack\u2019s Supra in the second installment.It was built by Eddie Paul at the Shark Shop in El Segundo, California.Finished in the Lamborghini Diablo Candy Orange paint, it features a Bomex front spoiler and a TRD-style hood up front.It wears Troy Lee-designed "Nuclear Gladiator" motif along the side.The Supra rides on 19-inch Dazz Motorsport Racing Hart M5 Tuner wheels and comes with side skirts, too.At the rear, there's the APR aluminum biplane wing .On the inside, the iconic Supra comes with a black and blue theme. The driver-oriented cockpit is simple and aesthetically pleasing.There are gauges all around; behind the three-spoke Momo steering wheel, the A-pillar, the passenger side dash, etc..The short gear lever has the appearance of a manual shifter with that round knob on top, but this car actually comes with an automatic gearbox.The car features a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder turbocharged 2JZ-GTE engine. It is said to make around 320 horses. Power is sent to the wheels via a four-speed automatic gearbox.As for the performance specs, we know it is a 10-second car *wink* .It grabbed almost thrice as much as the screen-used stunt Supra that fetched $185,000 at the 2015 Mecum auction.For perspective, the most expensive Mk.4 Supra sold on Bring-A-Trailer pulled in just $128,000.There are high chances this car will be a garage queen or a museum piece, but we hope it hits the tracks often.Swipe up to learn more about it and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.