Many car and tuning enthusiasts are also fans of the Fast and Furious movies, but certainly not as much as the man in Edmonton who owns a stunning collection of 24 replicas from the popular franchise.
While the location remains a secret, the team from the YouTube channel Roads Untraveled recently was given access to the collection and now brings us a cool video that almost left some of our editorial staff speechless.
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Of course, there are several Toyota Supras and Nissan Skylines in there, as well as Dom Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger and Brian O’Connor’s 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse and 1999 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning.
The man, who prefers to be identified only by his first name, Jorge, says he started buying cars and turning them into replicas merely for fun. However, his hobby quickly became an obsession.
He used the money he made from importing JDM cars to North America and reselling them for a profit. That’s what he did with nearly a dozen Supras over the years. Considering how much these are worth, it’s safe to assume Jorge made a pretty penny.
Then again, we don’t know exactly how much he has spent on his Fast and Furious collection. Right now, he’s working on Suki's pink Honda S2000 from the second movie as well as the black Buick Grand National from the fourth movie.
His ultimate goal is to have more than 35 cars, including the new orange Toyota Supra to be featured in Fast and Furious 9, which has been delayed in theatres until April 2021 due to COVID-19.