Paul Walkers 1994 Supra Fast and Furious

Paul Walker’s Iconic Supra from ‘The Fast and the Furious’ is Up For Auction

We’ve all dreamed of racing Vin Diesel around Los Angeles and speeding towards a pumping street party filled with the sexiest people on the planet. Well, that dream can now become reality! A cultural icon of the famed “Fast & Furious” franchise can now sit in your garage, with Paul Walker’s 1994 Supra MK IV set to be auctioned next month. And in case you were wondering, this wild whip is fully functional and ready to street race! The fourth generation Supra will headline the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Auction, taking place June 17-19 in Sin City.

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Paul Walker's 1994 Supra Fast and Furious

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If you’re a gear head like us, you’ll appreciate that under the hood lives one of the most renowned engines to ever come out of Japan, the 2JZ-GTE. In particular, this Supra MK IV model features a 320 horsepower 3.0L 2JZ-GTE inline six engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. Dominic Terreto’s (Vin Diesel) crew member, Jesse, immortalised the engine in the first “Fast” film when he simply stated, “2JZ engine… this will decimate all”. Fans of the franchise will also remember Paul Walker’s character Brian O’Connor famously take down a Ferrari in this epic vehicle.

“The car was built by Eddie Paul at The Shark Shop in El Segundo, CA, for the first movie, and brought back and modified by the original builder for its role as ‘Slap Jack’s Supra’ in the sequel,” Barrett-Jackson details. “The Supra would later be returned to original form, with the resplendent Lamborghini Diablo Candy Orange pearl paint and the famed Troy Lee-designed ‘Nuclear Gladiator’ motif along the side. To complete the look, the Supra features a Bomex front spoiler and side skirts, TRD-style hood, APR aluminium biplane rear wing, and 19-inch Dazz Motorsport Racing Hart M5 Tuner wheels.”

This gorgeous beast with unmistakable “Nuclear Gladiator” decals will sell for what one only assumes will be a ridiculous amount of money. For reference, a stunt car from The Fast and the Furious, which was also a 1994 Toyota Supra, sold for $185,000 at a previous auction. Remember this was merely a stunt car without the bells and whistles, like a factory turbo-charged motor. So be prepared to fork out serious coin if you want to own one of the most famous vehicles in cinema history.

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Paul Walker's 1994 Supra Fast and Furious

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Paul Walker's 1994 Supra Fast and Furious

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