The only part of "Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift" that I actually watched was that last part when Vin Diesel shows up in this 1970 Roadrunner called the "Hammer." It turns out that was probably the best part of the movie.

It sold at Barrett-Jackson for $175,000 and came with a 1:18-scale die-cast model of the car. Did I mention the die-cast is a a limited edition.

 

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Source: Autoblog