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Check Out the Prices of 11 Favorite Fast and Furious Cars

Vukasin Herbez September 10, 2017

9. 1969 Yenko Camaro SYC

One of the cleanest cars from the early F&F days was the LeMans Blue 1969 Yenko Camaro featured in the 2 Fast 2 Furious. Don Yenko was a famous Chevrolet tuner. His Yenko Camaros are among the most coveted American tuner classics on the market next to Shelby’s creations. The cars in the movie were 1969 Yenko Camaro recreations and detailed replicas of Yenko’s pricey works.

Originally, they offered Don Yenko’s cars as a part of the Yenko Performance Package. The basis was a 425-HP, 427 L-72V8, Z/28 suspension and additional gauges, as well as some other mods to make Chevy’s pony car go even faster.

The movie recreations had Cragar S/S rims, and they most probably used a similar 427 L-72 V8 with 425 horsepower. They destroyed the movie car during the final chase in 2 Fast 2 Furious. However, some stunt cars survived. They donated one of them to the Paul Walker Charity ROWW as a tribute to the late actor.

Today, 1969 Yenko Camaros easily go for six figures, yet detailed replicas and recreations of this cool 60’s tuner muscle car go for around $50,000. The original movie car is out of reach, but given the circumstances, that’s for the greater good.

10. Honda Civic EJ1

The three black Honda Civic EJ1s that Dom and his crew drove for a heist at the beginning of the first F&F movie are probably the most underrated cars in the entire franchise. They are a classic black color with a relatively discreet body kit. After all, who would want to go on a heist in a car with a screaming paint job, tons of speakers and neon lights blazing brightly?

Although they are just Civics, it is easy to understand how these cars became cool street machines. They sported green neon underglow lights and Vader-Style body kits, as well as ViS Racing Bomber GT body kits. They were all finished in black. Under their hoods was a B-series 1.8 VTEC engine with a T66 Turbo and a NOS kit.

So far, no one knows if any of these movie cars ever went up for sale. But, since the mods on them are not elaborate or costly, anyone can replicate this sleek look easily and affordably, too.

All you need to do is to find a good project car. They usually don’t cost more than a couple of thousand dollars. From there, you basically need a somewhat discreet body kit. To save money, you can skip the neon lights, and enjoy this car without the green underglow. In fact, they are illegal in some states for street use.

11. Hector`s Honda Accord Wagon

The most popular Fast and Furious cars already featured on this list have probably been snapped up by serious car collectors. But, if you want an inexpensive piece of the F&F legend, you could buy Hector’s Accord Wagon.

This is not one of the more famous or iconic Fast and Furious rides but at $2,999, it is the most affordable real F&F car you can find. However, there was a catch. Hector’s Accord Wagon was slammed by a heavily-tuned orange station wagon in the first Fast and Furious movie back in 2000. Hector made comeback in the seventh installation of the series, but with a different car. They showed the Honda Wagon briefly, but the character was memorable.

After the movie, the long-roof Honda went through a transformation and became a green convertible. Someone listed the car on Craigslist in Southern California in the summer of 2017. They sold it for a rather low price of $2,999.

The cars on this list are special, so they are only for the most serious Fast and Furious franchise fans. Some are affordable, while others are easy to replicate. So, if you want to drive a movie history icon, be sure to buckle up and follow the rules of the road.

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