eBay Find: Fast & Furious Chevy C10

One of the stars from the fourth-installment of The Fast and the Furious franchise is up for sale to the highest bidder right now on eBay, and it would make an interesting addition to your garage. Commissioned by Universal Studios, and built by Dennis McCarthy, this 1967 Chevy C10 is a standout truck in a mostly car heavy franchise. If you’ve seen the movie, you haven’t likely forgotten about this unique build.

In the opening scene of the movie, Fast & Furious, released in 2009, you see Dom, played by star Vin Diesel with his crew while they are trying to hijack an oil truck train in the Caribbean nation Dominican Republic. They employ the use of two extremely modified trucks to get the job done, this orange 1967 Chevy C10 was one of the them. In the scene, franchise star Han, played by actor Sung Kang, was manning the wheel of the extreme pickup.

The person who built this truck has also built other cars for the franchise since The Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift, the third installment of the series. Some of the parts on this trucks were mere props, and have no function. This would include the smokestacks, 10-speed tractor gear shifter, and big air tanks mounted under the truck bed.

While it might not be as cool as fantasy, the ad does state that its a good running and driving truck, being sold as-is. It’s powered by a massive 502ci big block V8 engine with a three-speed automatic transmission backing it. It also has a MSD ignition box, Holley Performance 4-bbl cab, and Hedman headers.

The former movie car is currently registered to Universal City Studios, and comes with a production binder that shows the story board using the truck, and a cost list. While posting this article, the auction ended, meaning someone proabably made an offer they couldn’t refuse, you can still see all the details here.

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Shawn Henry is a Texas native who has spent the majority of his career building and selling F-Bodies and Corvettes. Now studying journalism, he is taking a new direction with his love of performance vehicles.

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