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1994 Toyota Supra

Mk IV Turbo Sport Roof
Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas 2021
Thursday, 17 June - Saturday, 19 June 2021
$550,000
Sale Price
No
Reserve
19 June 2021
Sold Date
744
Lot Number
#2-
Modified restoration
Barrett-Jackson
Auction House
Chassis no. JT2JA82J3R0009030. Candy Orange with gray and green graphics over black and blue. Automatic, TRD-style hood, aluminum rear wing, 19-inch wheels, Bomex front spoiler and side skirts, Greddy gauges, Momo steering wheel.

Evaluation: Driven by Paul Walker in “The Fast and the Furious,” then further modified for use in “2 Fast 2 Furious” before returning to its original form more recently. While it is a stunt car rather than a “hero car” used for detail shots, it is confirmed to have been driven by the lead actor on camera, unlike most stunt cars. Its condition is presentable and not all that relevant. It’s all about the movie mystique here.

Bottom Line: This wasn’t the most expensive car in Vegas this year but, unsurprisingly, it got the most attention and brought a world record price for the model. Like it or not, the Fast and Furious franchise has made a huge cultural impact in the car world and it’s not a huge stretch to look at this car sort of like a millennial version of the Mustang from “Bullitt.”

by Andrew Newton
25 June 2021

Comments

  • Owen J Stish says:

    Can’t believe the new owner crashed it and now the original F&F movie car is gone.

    That car should’ve went to a museum not to a owner that was irresponsible with it. What a shame. 😒

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