Fast and Furious 6 Epic Cars ULTIMATE GUIDE for Fans and Lovers – part 1!

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    1967 Chevrolet Camaro:

1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

This classic American muscle is Dominic Toretto/Vin Diesel`s possession. The car`s rare appearance in the movie does not exclude its importance and stamina. It includes an air-cooled, rear-engine design and `65 Monza. The team worked largely on the front engine; the wheelbase almost resembles Ford`s formula. Front suspension consists the standard coil springs and wishbones. On the other hand, the rear suspension has cheap “Mono-Plate” single-leaf springs. There is a V8 engine under the hood which had rear traction bars designed for `67. Staggered shocks were added to them. Additional negativity is the easy rear-end bottoming.

2. 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona


When it comes to the epic London street race, Dom takes the amazing Dodge Charger Daytona. This `69 Dodge underwent a high custom process for the movie. Its delivers 500 horsepower, which makes it grand for London`s streets. Thus, this Dodge came to be called the Charger 500. During 1969, it won 18 NASCAR victories. Its flush back-light remained, but there is no longer rear-end lift due to a horizontal tail stabilizer which is mounted on tall vertical extensions.  426-cid race Hemis was used. Extension of 18 inches replaced a flush nose.

3. 1969 Ford Anvil Mustang

1969 Ford Anvil Mustang

This Ford seizes the moment to shine on the highway driven by Roman (Tyrese Gibson). Out of all the Mustangs appearing in the movie, this one does not survive. All the Mustangs dated back to 1968, 1969, 1970, but their look was branded to resemble a 1970 year model. The `69 model emerged when the company transitioned to a new company president, Semon E. “Bunkie” Knudsen, veteran General Motors executive. He is known for the production of the most epic cars in Ford`s industry. The short-deck/long-hood concept was still applied. The main goal was to create a “killer street car”. Thus, Semon addressed Larry Shinoda for this issue, and he teamed him up with Ken Dowd, Harvey Winn, Dick Petit, and Bill Shannon.


4. 1970 Ford Escort RS1600 MK1

1970 Ford Escort RS1600 MK1
Brian (Paul Walker), though now a dad, does not stop evading the bad guys. He sits behind the wheel of this Ford Escort and tries to follow their track. This Ford is among the most modest vehicles driven in the Fast Six; however, we should not underestimate its power. Its handling is definitely praiseworthy. This not expensive fast car comes from Great Britain. The RS stands for Rallye Sport, which was applied to only 21 units. The RS-badged Fords had varying configurations. Some were front-engined, others mid-engined. When it comes to wheel-drive, there were rear-wheel, front-wheel, and four- wheel models.

5. 1970 Plymouth Baracuda

1970 Plymouth Baracuda

This awesome black-styled Baracuda has always been desired by every high-school student that loves fast ride. This Baracuda belongs to the series produced from 1970 to 1974, which are characterized with a more aggressive look and notchback styling. Compared to the 1970-1971 Baracuda Convertibles, these ones are in a greater number. After the `71 edition, the big-block engines were cancelled. They were replaced by a V8 engine which brought smaller performance ratings to the Cuda. The wheelbase is 108.0 inches. The car`s price varies from $2, 764 to $3, 252.

6. 1972 Jensen Interceptor

1971 Jensen Interceptor
The Jensen will definitely save your money; it would not offer you the dream ride you`ve always wanted, but it can be largely practical. The purchase of the 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1973 Jensen Interceptor versions was highly rated in comparison to the Italian models. However, during 1960, Jensen`s stability was threatened. There were lots of financial problems through which lots of strikes interspersed. The solution to the problem was found out once Jensen`s brothers hired Carl Duerr in 1968. The unit production boomed to 506 in 1968, while in 1964 even more to 644.

7. 2002 Land-Rover Range Rover

2002 Range Rover
This sport utility vehicle has terrible gas mileage. When compared with the rest of the Fast & Furious 6 car list, it is definitely slow. However, its price pretty much drains your pockets. It has four-speed automatic transmission; it is powered by a gas type 4.6-liter V8 engine. The delivered horsepower is 222. Worth mentioning about this car is its easy handling, and satisfying towing capacity. It is definitely better than Yukon XL and Hummer H1. This SUV is characterized as elegant and gentleman-like vehicle, which is not what the Fast and Furious are looking for.

8. 2002 Vauxhall Vectra Mkll

2002 Opel Vectra
This car is the one the British police drive. Yet, the British bobby is not leaning out the window to fire with an automatic weapon. This model served as a basis for GM`s L-Series. It has its basic architecture, as well as front-drive powertrains. GM invested $1.2 billions to revive the once good image the company had had. Nonetheless, the L-Series wheelbase is 2.5 inches longer. The door skins and fenders were made of plastic. Under the hood, 2.2-liter four cylinder was placed. A total year sale reached amazing 3.5 million units.

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