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  • 27582 Volo VIllage Road | Volo, IL 60073
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    1967 CHEVROLET TRUCK FAST & FURIOUS

    APPRAISED VALUE: $60,000
    CAN BE YOURS FOR ONLY
    $34,998

    • Year: 1967
    • Make: CHEVROLET
    • Model: TRUCK
    • Trim: FAST & FURIOUS
    • Stock: BHCVS
    • Engine Size: 454
    • Transmission: AUTOMATIC
    • Exterior Color: METALLIC ORANGE
    • Interior Color: BLACK




    THIS IS THE ACTUAL HERO TRUCK USED IN THE OPENING HEIST SCENE OF FAST & FURIOUS.   FRAME OFF RESTORED AND HIGHLY MODIFIED.  CUSTOM BUILT LADDER BAR REAR SUSPENSION WITH AIR BAGS.  DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRUCK IS LISTED BELOW FROM EDMUNDS.COM  THE 502 ENGINE HAS SINCE BEEN REPLACED WITH A 454.  FULLY DOCUMENTED AS THE REAL ONE AND NOT A REPLICA.  SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY.  FOR REPLACMENT TITLE VISIT GETNEWTITLE.COM.  TRUCK IS LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD, CA. 

    Probably the most extensively fabricated vehicle for Fast & Furious is this '67 Chevy truck. (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    Dennis McCarthy lobbied to have this truck painted a copper color in honor of the "Copperhead" '67 Chevy built by Stacy David of the TV show Gearz. (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    Perfect stand and the ability to drift like an old Corolla. (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    There's no rear window so stunt people could pass through, out onto the flatbed. (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    Those rear tires are 445 millimeters wide. (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    Concept art. (Photo courtesy of NBC Universal)

    (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    The fuel heist '67s have frames fabricated from box-section tubing from the cab back. (Photo by Scott Jacobs)

    That's a rear end for a semi, not a half-ton Chevy. (Photo by Scott Jacobs)

    That's a big tire. (Photo by Scott Jacobs)

    It's a shame not all of the fabrication on this truck is visible in the film. (Photo by Scott Jacobs)

    Big tires need big spindles. (Photo by Scott Jacobs)

    That's a big tire. Again. (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    (Photo by Kurt Niebuhr)

    Heist-Ready Hauler

    Go back to 2001's original The Fast and the Furious and ruminate about just how ludicrous the truck hijackings are in that film. The whole crime depended on the truck drivers never hitting the brakes, swerving or generally changing direction. And wouldn't it have been a whole lot easier to hijack the trucks when the driver had stopped to eat lunch or pee? Of course it would have been.

    So in Fast & Furious, the truck hijacking scene is even more ludicrous and insane. But it's also so breathtakingly staged that you may as well shut down all the parts of your brain where reason resides and go along for the ride.

    The original script had the "road train" fuel truck having its trailers swiped by a pair of El Caminos. But for picture car coordinator Dennis McCarthy, the idea that the light-duty El Camino could haul off giant fuel trailers was just too absurd. So he asked that his crew be allowed to produce more plausibly rugged machines for the scene. The copper-colored '67 Chevy here is one of McCarthy's two solutions.

    From the cab back, this beast features a custom frame built from massive steel box section tubing. The rear suspension is a giant ladder bar setup with airbags, and those rear tires are the biggest and widest the picture car department could find. (Ironically, they're usually used on tanker trailers.) Power comes from a massive 502-cubic-inch GM crate V8 (what once would have been called a big-block Chevy) with enough torque to pull the Dow up 1,500 points by itself (though it's theoretically a diesel in the film).

    The picture car department built two of these beautiful trucks plus one engine-less buck for filming. All survived and are in storage.

    As Portrayed Specifications*

    Engine
    Type: Cummins Turbodiesel
    Fuel: Sunoco Diesel
    Lubricant: Castrol

    Drivetrain
    Transmission: 13-Speed Fuller
    Fuel Cell: JAZ
    Hoses: Earl's
    Driveshaft: General
    Rear differential: 10-ton two-speed

    Suspension
    Front: Original GM A-arms and coil springs with 3-inch drop spindles
    Rear: Custom fabricated ladder bar with air springs

    Wheels
    Type: Alcoa
    Front Size: 19.5-by-7.5 inches
    Rear Size: 22.5-by-14 inches

    Tires
    Type: Michelin
    Front Size: 225/70R19.5
    Rear Size: 445/55R22.5

    Interior
    Seats: Chevrolet original equipment
    Belts: Diest
    Cage: Matt Sweeney
    Door panels: Chevrolet original equipment
    Wheel: Grant
    Gauges: Autometer

    Exterior
    Custom flatbed

    Paint/Graphics
    Paint: Cinema Vehicle Services

    * "As Portrayed" specifications indicate the state of the car as portrayed in the film. No single car was necessarily built to these specifications by the picture car department. But all the cars built to portray a vehicle in the film were constructed to appear as if so equipped.

     

     



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