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Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift On Sale
Via: Car Scoops
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You could own a piece of cinema history and drive around in a pretty slick looking car. But it will cost you, and you'll probably need to live in the UK.

The 2002 Nissan 350Z used in Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is looking for a new home. Cheshire Classic Cars says the vehicle was used by Takashi during the film and was featured in several scenes.

The car has 9,800 miles and it costs £149,995 or $233,932. Vin Diesel not included.

Via: eliotsands
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Let's go back to a more innocent age when gas was a nickel per gallon, the television only had three channels and instead of muscle all Vin Diesel had was rhythm.

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Via: Bloomberg
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Bloomberg has done all the work for you, surveyed the evidence and found that the lastest installment of the Fast and Furious series provides both the highest speeds and the shortest tempers.

According to the diligent researchers: 

"The results prove that Furious 7 is a high-water mark for both vehicular travel (49 minutes) and physical punishment (33 minutes). The categories aren't mutually exclusive, with some drive time overlapping with moments of violence. The other six movies, as you see below, are moderately less fast and significantly less furious."

However, they also found that the franchise has pumped the brakes on the potty language.



Additionally, Furious 7 seems to have led the series in its "calmer" moments, though BBQs are underrepresented.

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