Fast and Furious, Muscle Vs. Import

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Muscle vs. Import: The Cars of the Film A car defines the driver, and drivers have their unapologetic prefe...
Muscle vs. Import: The Cars of the Film A car defines the driver, and drivers have their unapologetic preferences when it comes to their rides: import or muscle. The Fast & Furious crew embraces this rivalry and has rolled out close to 250 of the baddest muscle cars and the sexiest tuners to appeal to gearheads who appreciate American heavy metalor to those who prefer the sublime beauty of a Japanese or European import tuned to perfection. The filmmakers raised the stakes once again, this time giving Dom and Brian an arsenal of cars to push the limits of speed and endurance. When Morgan put pen to paper, it was a foregone conclusion that the 1970 DODGE CHARGER that died a spectacular death at the end of The Fast and the Furious would be resurrected for Dom in Fast & Furious. Not only is the Charger an awesome looking car, states the writer, but theres so much more to it. It tells a story; it represents the soul of Dom. Dom maintains his muscle car cred by driving a 70 Charger and 1970 CHEVROLET SS CHEVELLE, also featured in The Fast and the Furious, as well as a 1987 BUICK GNX GRAND NATIONAL and a 1973 F-BOMB CAMARO. For his part, Brian mixes it up with a tried-and-true performance import extraordinaire, the 1998 NISSAN SKYLINE GTR, as well as the versatile upstart 2009 SUBARU WRX STi. Its a muscle car world with a standout supporting cast of cars that includes Lettys 1970 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER and Fenixs 1972 FORD GRAN TORINO, with imports such as Mias 2000 ACURA NSX and Giseles 2007 PORSCHE CAYMAN orbiting around it. Not to be outdone, a whos who of coveted cars appears in the film to satisfy a variety of tastes. http://www.blacktree.tv
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