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Paul Walkers MKIV Supra from The Fast & Furious was sold at auction for over half a million dollars

Not every day do you get a chance to be up close and personal, let alone get the chance to own a movie car driven by Paul Walker. Well, some lucky person did exactly that.

No, this is not a joke, and no this isn’t a replica of the movie car, it is the real thing guys.

In June of 2021 this 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo which starred in the first two Fast and Furious movies was sold to a lucky person who attended the auction and placed the highest bid.

This is not only huge news to those who are Fast & Furious franchise fans, but for those who love collecting cars. This car made someone's car collection even more sweater without a doubt.

Not only is this car an Icon to the Fast & Furious Franchise, but the Paul Walker Supra sparked a major revolution in the automotive world as well.

This MKIV Supra comes with a factory Turbo with the 2JZ-GTE engine in it. With those features alone makes the value of an MKIV Supra go up.

This R34 GT-R & Maxima was not just in the first Fast and the Furious, but it was also in 2 Fast 2 Furious as well. The seller, Craig Lieberman is offering an “extensive documentation” that will show proof that the car was in fact in both movies, that alone will bring in some collectors with money.

Who was the maker of this Car?

Car designer Eddie Paul (May 30, 1948 – July 12, 2016) was the owner of The Shark Shop & E.P. Industries, Inc in El Segundo, California. He is the one to give credit for building this Toyota Supra for the first Fast and Furious movies. He holds multiple U.S. patents. Eddie has also done work for TV shows such as The Dukes of Hazzard. Eddie worked as a stuntman for several years, performing stunts in Ice Pirates and Streets of Fire.

Eddie is also responsible for the work done on the car for the second 2 Fast 2 Furious Movie as well. It was later brought back to its original form which was the Lamborghini Diablo Candy Orange pearl paint job with the Nuclear Gladiator graphic designed Troy Lee.

This car has been remade by several builders over the years, however you just can't get anything more authentic than this. One lucky bidder will be going home with a one of a kind car, that is for certain.

A little more information about this car.

This particular movie car was built by Eddie Paul at The Shark Shop in El Segundo, California, for the first movie of 2 Fast 2 Furious, "it was revised by the original builder for its role as “Slap Jack’s Supra” in the sequel movie."

It was used as a car for interior and exterior shots that featured in both films.

The Supra comes with a turbocharged 2JZ-GTE engine. This alone should make a collector want this car aside from it being in several movies.

What does the car come equipped with?

  • This Supra comes with a Turbo 2JZ-GTE 3.0-liter inline-6.

  • 4-speed automatic transmission.

  • It comes with a Bomex front spoiler and side skirts.

  • A TRD-style hood.

  • A APR aluminum biplane rear wing.

  • 19” Dazz Motorsport Racing “Hart M5 Tuner”

  • Rims are 2000s “Chrome/Silver” colorways.

If you can recall, this is not the first time a 1994 Supra from The Fast and the Furious Franchise has gone up up in auction. In 2015, another on-screen Supra was sold at a Mecum auction for $185,000 USD. The 1993 model wore a naturally-aspirated 2JZ-GE, backed by a five-speed manual. It was a stunt car that didn’t feature a turbo-charged mill. With that being said, you can expect this car to sell for roughly the same amount as the stunt car did, which was $185,000. I believe the price is set low because the auctioneers know die-hard fan will start bidding around those numbers to start with.

The 1994 Toyota Supra went to auction in June of 2021 for a whopping $550,000.

Barrett-Jackson sells every car with no reserve, so I bet this car went quick.

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