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GTX badges also was placed on grille and fender scoops,as well as GTX feature two side pinstripes,where is pinstripes?
Also another difference between the Roadrunner and the GTX is that the roadrunner has a flatter bonnet (i.e.
Who gives a fiddlers fart as to what it is, the point is, that is one bitchin' set of wheels. Yes according to script this is Letty's car and TOKYO DRIFT takes place after the 4th movie, They flipped a replica of this one as Dom tries to solve the Lettys death , Nice flashback scene by the way. I don't know if it was Roadrunner or Satellite back in the days, but it wasn't customized "as GTX". If there was a franchise whose ‘engine’ won’t fail, it has to be the ‘Fast and the Furious’ series. In the latest installment, ‘Fast & Furious 6,’ the ante has been upped to a degree that should please the audience and come back for repeat viewings. Continuing from the end of ‘Fast Five,’ it’s discovered that Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), who was thought to be dead in the fourth film ‘Fast & Furious,’ is alive and working with a crew of highly trained individuals who pull off dangerous heists. Even Dom’s pregnant sister Mia (Jordana Brewster) realizes that Dom and Brian work better together and encourages the men to bring back Letty. As for the action sequences, besides the death-defying stunts that will have audiences saying ‘Whoa’ numerous times, the physical action scenes is just balls-out amazing. There’s a new Fast and the Furious movie coming out in 2015, Furious 7, and it’s set to feature many of the original crew from the first movie, including the late Paul Walker.
This is where owners set out to prove the performance of their cars by racing other drivers, either for cash or the title to the loser's car. The return of Race Wars for the seventh installment of the popular franchise was confirmed by Vin Diesel, who plays co-lead Dominic Toretto. Additional photos that have surfaced confirm actor Noel Gugliemi, who was also in the first movie, will feature in Furious 7. Not much is known about the plot for the new movie but we do know it continues the story of Fast & Furious 6, with the brother of bad guy Owen Shaw, Ian Shaw, played by Jason Statham, out to avenge his sibling’s death.
The Nissan Silvia you see here is one of the "less pretty" cars of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. Mechanically, they were basically the same, the Road Runner was just much more basic (bench seat, vinyl floors, no power steering, etc).

GTXs never used in the 383, and Roadrunners only offered the 440 4 barrel for one year (1972).
Having started over 10 years ago (2001), no one could have ever imagined that this highly-testosterone series about guys and cars would have lasted this long, and let alone get better each time.
Not only is the film more action-packed, but the chemistry, comedy, and death-defying stunts are beyond your imagination.
With Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) on the case, even he realizes that the only way to take down British Special Forces soldier Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) and his crew down is bring in Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), ex-FBI agent-turned-criminal Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) and his team of criminals back in with the promise of pardons for each should they succeed. While Hobbs’s former partner Elena Neves (Elsa Pataky) is now romantically involved with Dom, in comes new partner Riley (Gina Carano), who proves she can handle any combat coming her way. With his own team of highly trained drivers and muscle (Clara Paget, Joe Taslim, Kim Kold), Dom, Brian, and Hobbs have their work cut out for them in this latest caper.
No matter how each of the films was received by critics and audiences, the sell was always the cars and camaraderie among the characters. With the casting of Joe Taslim from ‘The Raid’ and former mixed martial artist and actress Gina Carano (‘Haywire’), fans are in for a really good treat. It will also feature one other important aspect borrowed from the first movie, the underground racing scene of Los Angeles known as Race Wars.
In the first movie, The Fast and the Furious from 2001, this is where the character Jesse famously loses his father’s modified Volkswagen Jetta. He posted this photo which shows the Race Wars scene from Furious 7 on his Facebook page, where he also thanked all the extras that took part as well as the production company for allowing the new movie to reference a scene from the original. It should be noted that the Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird used the same engine options (440, 440+6, 426 Hemi) as the 1970 GTX, but this doesn't apply to the standard Roadrunner. Plus the pictures are so fuckin' blurry how in the hell are you able to tell that the badge on the trunk says GTX? You can find some faults within each film, but you won’t find lots of complaints regarding the action sequences. Over time, if you have seen all of the films, you became invested with Dom and Brian and where they were going in the lives.
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Many can say that bringing in characters from the other films in ‘Fast Five’ re-ignited the franchise, and to see them again is a welcome pleasure.

Yes, some of the scenes are unbelievable, like a car chase scene in the middle of London or another where one character is on the edge of death but gets miraculously saved. Blue and orange, while opposites on the color wheel (and therefore complimentary colors), just don't look good together -- especially on a car. However, this is a Fast and Furious car we're talking about, so we can't be surprised to see a car in this movie that just isn't cool.
His pairing with Ludacris works as well as the romantic pairing of Sung and Gadot’s characters. Yes, he just has one name, which makes him that much more of an enigma -- just like Prince. Anyway, Han lets the main guy -- Sean Boswell -- use this S15 in his first race against the Drift King. As we all know, Sean uses the RB-powered Mustang in his "big" race against DK, so we can comfortably say that Sean doesn't drive this car that well.
Its interior is gutted out, leaving a lone Recaro seat and a Takata harness for the driver. The rest of the interior was gutted, and custom-fabricated sheet metal was used to cover up the doors, rear package tray and more. Other exterior touches include Modern Image graphics, a C-West-supplied GT wing and a set of Ganador mirrors. Of course the wheels get a visual upgrade in the form of some 19-inch Volk GT-7 rims wrapped in Toyo Proxes TR1 tires.
Don't let the picture fool you, we really doubt that Universal would spring for an Autch-tuned engine for a car that gets trashed.
Hell, it looks like Universal didn't even spring for an S15 with the 250 horsepower SR20DET motor -- this looks to be the 165 horsepower naturally-aspirated SR20DE. Still, it's not like this engine needs to be all buff because, as we already said, this car gets trashed. Besides, let's just say that, in the movie, this car's engine comes back to play a major role.

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