As many of you are probably familiar, just a few days ago, at the beginning of this month, the famous 2015 Detroit Autorama show was held in a SEMA-like atmosphere, where visitors could see many unique custom cars, some very unusual hot rods any more cars that were competing for the Ridler award, for the best custom vehicle. Amongst the many awesome rides that could have been seen, there was another legendary car from the movies, probably the biggest and most recognizable symbol of the Fast and Furious movies, the 1970 Dodge Charger that we all know well.
We have already shown you and written about it many times before, so I think that you are probably familiar with most of its features, but for those who have a short memory, we will mention only that this legendary 1970 Dodge Charger use to `evolve` as the movie saga was progressing. At the beginning (in the first Fast and Furious movie) the car was pretty much assembled as fast as possible for the purposes of the shooting. Even the legendary blowers were not genuine (they were actually glued to the hood), and the car is powered by a creed engine that is giving a total output to a 400HP (not 900 like the movie says).
However, all of that is not a reason to reduce its value, as it is a real bad Detroit muscle, however you look at it. Now check out the video and see what I`m talking about (and what you already know) – a vintage Detroit muscle that we would all love to have! And if you want to see other hot rods and custom cars from 2015 Detroit Autorama, go to this link.