Fast and Furious has given us some of the most heart-stopping and mind-blowing actions through the growing production of the series and of course the prime celebrities in the movie were the super-solid, super loud and super fast turbo-charged cars. Brian O’Conner, portrayed by the late Paul Walker drove and drifted using some of the most memorable cars on the series including the blue Nissan Skyline GT-R in the 2009 Fast and Furious.
The German owner of the Nissan Skyline GT-R has put up the car for sale at a staggering price of $1,000,000 and above. The owner who is also a car collector was initially planning to sell the car at 300,000 Euros but following Paul Walker’s tragic death last November 30, the owner has now increased the car’s price to an astonishing figure of over a million listing it at 1,000,000 to 1,374,700.
While we have no doubt there would be plenty of car enthusiast who would be dying to get their hands on that blue Nissan, the car however cannot be transported into the United States for not being street-legal. The car, which currently clocks at 6000 kms on its milage was seized along with nearly 50 other cars, and the owners were given 60 days to either export the cars back overseas or see them crushed. The car later wound up in Germany and a certain car collector claimed that he had the car and was selling it at an initial price of 300,000 Euros before the actor’s death gave him the opportunity to hike it up to 1.4 million.
The sales-ad for the blue GT-R which was originally posted on mobile.de however is no longer available for viewing. Meaning that, the car might have been sold or the owner just had a changed of heart after fans started hissing about the outrageous price tag.
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