ford mustang 1967

2. The 1967 Ford Mustang

1968 Ford Mustang was used as the skeleton for the creation of fastback featured in Tokyo Drift. It took two years for the automakers to bolt in the Nissan Skyline GT-R engine in the 1967 model. The motor used was the 430-inch Windsor motor with 9-inch rear end and a spool that’s capable of producing almost 500 horsepower.

To enable the front-mount inter cooler to access enough air supply, the additional headlights were taken down. In addition, pro racing seats were placed, the brakes were improved and seven spoke wheels and a rear roll cage were added to the Mustang. None of the cars were damaged during filming – great news for the enthusiasts who didn’t wait too long and immediately invested around $16,000 to $25,000 to buy such a car. For know five out of the six last Mustangs were sold in Southern California, on Ebay and the Recycler.

3. Honda S2000

The Honda S2000 was a dream come true for the import fanboys the moment they first laid their eyes on it. So it was only logical that the car would end up as a part of the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise – just try recall the fiery pink AP1 S2000 the Suki drove in ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’.

honda s2k

But even though the S2000 was reappearing in numerous scenes, its hot colour failed to start a new trend among the Honda-lovers community. But if your thing is an eye-catching body kit and a lowered suspension – then you might want to consider spending approximately $25,000 on that ride. Some of the performance upgrades added are a Comptech supercharger and an AP2 engine swap along with a host of other performance upgrades.

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