You Can Own A Piece of ‘Fast and Furious’ History

Vin Diesel

Rev your engines and check your bank account because Dominic Toretto’s Chevelle SS is up for sale in Australia.

The original ‘Hero Car’, which was driven by Vin Diesel on the set of the Fast and Furious 4 movie, is up for auction on Saturday, September 26.

“We expect this car to reach six figures this Saturday, but what the final figure will be is anyone’s guess as it will be a car to treasure and will go down in history forever,” said Mr. Hames, chief operations officer for Llyod’s Auctions in a statement.

The four-speed manual car features a V8 engine, nitrous bottle, drift brakes and alloy wheels and has been left “as is” to honour its role in the original film. The car also comes with a Universal Studio Certificate of Title.

The current owner first bought the car from singer Jerry Wallace, who is an avid car collector. It was imported from America into Australia in 2012.

“The car was even signed by Cody Walker, Paul Walker’s brother back in 2015 and has also been submitted with Universal Studio Certificate of Title,” Mr Hames said.

The iconic car is a feature in a massive online classic car auction, consisting of 100 classic cars and bikes with vehicles suited for all budgets ranging from Honda and Kawasaki classic bikes to Porsches and Ferraris.

If you’ve got a cool six figure sum to spare, or are interested in owning a piece of history, then you might just want to check it out.

Bid on the Chevelle SS or browse other classic cars at Llyod’s Auctions.

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