This is the Actual Monte Carlo that was used in the awesome opening race scene of Fast and Furious, Tokyo Drift. The car is very recognizable and received a lot of screen time. There was even a die-cast model of this car produced for retail sales. Volo auto museum purchased this car directly off the set after the filming of Fast and Furious 3 was completed. Because the car was in primer with lots of exposed bare metal, Volo had the car clear coated to preserve its movie look and to make it easy to clean and look good. It has a lot of very cool modification for the movie use including a complete custom front suspension for jumping, Wilwood disc brakes, Moser rear-end, full roll cage and more. It has been maintained and restored due to mechanical damage during filming such as the engine was replaced with performance mods and Nitros to match the #1 car. The car is driven about 1000 miles per year to several shows and events. It is fully documented with a Certificate of Authenticity from Universal Studios and has been autographed by Dennis McCartrhy who was the builder of the FF3 cars.