Paul Walker’s 1994 Fast & Furious Toyota Supra Could Now Be Yours
Written by Alex Harrington

While the majority of the world waits for Fast 9 to be released in cinemas, our minds are cast back to the very first movie starring Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, among others. Racing was the subject of the film, and the largest heist the family pulled off was stealing DVD players from the back of a truck. Oh, the simpler days…

The movie featured a 1994 Toyota Supra. It was bright orange, had really cool stickers planted down its side, and it was driven by our hero Brian O’Connor. Now, the actual movie car is up for auction, meaning this incredibly iconic and memorable tuner could be yours for the taking – if you have the dough.

This particular car was built by Eddie Paul at The Shark Shop in El Segundo, California, and features the Candy Orange pearl paint, originally found on a Lamborghini Diablo and the ‘nuclear gladiator’ stickers on the site. This wasn’t a stunt car, it was a beauty shot car that featured in both the first Fast and Furious as well as 2 Fast 2 Furious as Slap Jack’s Supra. It was used for interior and exterior shots, and is powered by the legendary 2JZ twin-turbo engine.

Its modifications are vast, including a Bomex front spoiler and side skirts, a TRD-style bonnet, an APR aluminium rear wing, and blinding 19” Dazz Motorsport Racing “Hart M5 Tuner” wheels that are finished in a very Fast and Furious chrome. You can see them from space, I assure you. Inside you’re treated to blue Alcantara and black leather, a Momo racing steering wheel, a number of gauges, and of course a Pioneer media screen. Enjoy the photos here, but if you want to hear even more about the car in all of its glory, make sure you check it out on Barrett-Jackson’s website.

It will be on auction in Las Vegas from June 17th to 19th with no reserve, and I have a feeling it might go for a few bob…

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2 Comments

  1. Michelle A

    That is an amazing prize to win

  2. Helen

    I’m the biggest fan of late Paul Walker, Fast & Furious franchise is definitely my ultimate favorite movies ever made