The Fast And Furious franchise has showcased an awesome selection of souped-up automobiles throughout its excessive run, but none are as iconic as Vin Diesel's hallowed Dodge Charger. Fully restored and customised, this 1970 Dodge Charger "Tantrum" used in The Fate Of The Furious is a one-of-a-kind build by car fabrication company SpeedKore and it can now be yours to own.
Featuring a Mercury Racing V8 quad-cam, four-valve engine with twin-turbos that wouldn't be out of place on a rocket ship, the Tantrum is an absolute monster when fully opened up. The 1,650 horsepower muscle car has a Tremec T-56 six-speed manual transmission, complete carbon fabrication (including both the inner and outer door panels, a front custom-billeted grille and carbon fibre stick shift), HRE S104 wheels, 19" in the front and 20" in the back, Michelin Pilot Super Sport 345-series tires and retro-modern leather and Alcantara interior. In short, it's a fucking beast.
The Tantrum first debut at SEMA in Las Vegas in 2015 and claimed the Gran Turismo award for 'Best Domestic Car'. Since then, it's gone on to feature as Dominic Toretto's choice of car in Fast 8 as well as a cameo in a webisode of Jay Leno's Garage, which you can peep below.
While there's no price listed, expect to fork out at least a few hundred grand to have this incredible piece of cinematic and automotive history in your garage. See the auction listing here via Fusion Motor Co.