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Posted on Apr 16th, 2009 by Vlad Balan

3 Comments Category: News

It’s only been a couple of weeks since the latest Fast and Furious movie, the fourth part, debuted in cinemas and there are already plans for the fifth installment of the series. Paul Walker confirmed this on Friday, in an interview for a radio station, and he also revealed that the fifth Fast and Furious’ action will take place in Brazil. “This was supposed to be it — but without question, Vin and I will be coming back, we’re making the fifth one and we’re going to Brazil,” Walker said. “I didn’t do the third one and guys would come up to me on the street and be like, ‘Hey, why weren’t you in the third one?’ It’s like, you better have a good reason as to why you didn’t come back. So this [was] the opportunity to come back and make the first true sequel.”

Probably Vin and Paul decided to take part in another Fast and Furious movie after the latest one, which opened in April 4, smashed box office charts with a $72.5 million debut weekend. However, we’re glad there’s gonna be another one, but we hope they’ll work harder and make it a little better than the fourth.

Read More: “Vin Diesel and Paul Walker to star in fifth Fast and Furious”

Posted on Apr 13th, 2009 by Vlad Balan

2 Comments Category: Chevrolet, Special

This year’s Moscow Tuning Show featured a special car, a ’70s Chevrolet Camaro modified by a team of students from Russian MHPI design school to look like a car from last year’s movie Death Race (a remake of the 1975 Death Race 2000 movie). The movie’s action takes place in the future, and Jason Statham plays a former race driver who is forced to race armored cars against criminals with life sentences. The movie has a lot of cool car action and it also features super hot Natalie Martinez, as Jason’s co-pilot.

Anyway, back to our car, as you can see from the photos, the Russian students used matte-grey paint for the Camaro and fitted it with armor plates and weapons, making it look like it came right out of Hollywood movie sets. Good job, dudes!

Photo Gallery: Death Race style Chevrolet Camaro

Read More: “Death Race inspired Chevrolet Camaro built by Russian students”

Posted on Oct 9th, 2008 by Vlad Balan

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Here’s another interesting car available for auction on eBay, one of three Sony/MGM authorized Ghostbusters 1959 Cadillac Miller Meteor Ecto-1. This car wasn’t used in the films, but was created exclusively for the Universal Studios Theme parks. The current owner bought the car in August 2006, which was stripped of all the Ghost busting equipment, but managed to get all of the roof rack parts and the original light bars. This car was used at the park for over fifteen years for the Ghostbusters Experience, parades and display inside the Florida park.

The current bid on eBay is $18,100 and the new owner will also get the Original Bill of sale from Universal Studios and a Copy of the original Title. For more info about the car, head over to the eBay auction page.

Read More: “1959 Cadillac MM Ghostbusters Ecto-1 for sale on eBay”

Posted on Aug 25th, 2008 by Vlad Balan

1 Comment Category: News, Video

I’m pretty sure every car fan out there has seen at least one movie from “The Fast and Furious” series. Now, for the fourth part of the movie, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker are back and you can check out the trailer that was screened at this weekend’s during Death Race’s preview (another car movie). Yeah, we know that’s not the best quality, but at least it’s something, we can get an idea of how the movie’s going to be like We managed to get our hands on a proper quality trailer. So, what do you think?

Fast & Furious in HD