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Fast Five cars driven

FastFive.jpgFast Five is not far from our screens, and I've already missed the chance to see it early as it was just too expensive to get to the screening, however there may be some more exciting things to come on the topic soon, however in the meantime some of the cars from the film have had their moments of fame before the stars.

The bizarre looking truck from the trailer, the Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport that we see taking a dive into the canyon, and Dom's wonderful Dodge Charger have been on the track and we get to see a little glimpse of them as well as a few snippets from the film.

To be honest there's not nearly enough of this as I would have liked, but there's a taster of the cars to appear in the film, and that's one of the main attractions to the franchise and to Fast Five, although not the only thing to attract us.

Inside Line, found through Autoblog, were luck enough to get their hands on a couple of the cars and have taken them to a track, not for long unfortunately, but enough to give us a close up look at them and hear some more technical aspects of their creation from the man who made them for the films.

The Mongo truck looks the meanest piece of rubbish ever, and yet it was built for some serious work in the film and delivered. The other two cars just look gorgeous and we get some inside details of them all that will please film and car fans alike.

I know it's not much about the Fast Five film itself, but these are some stars of the film and I love fast cars with cool styling, and these certainly fit the bill.

Driving the Mongo Heist Truck

Driving the 1970 Charger

Driving the 1963 Corvette Grand Sport



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