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Fast Five – Dominic Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger

Posted by Admin On May - 5 - 2011
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Toretto's 1970 Dodge Charger from Fast Five - Front Right Side

Remember you are in the car on Fast & Furious, Dominic Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger? Yes, this car has become an icon of the movie Fast and Furious. The movie that emerged in 2011 is very popular. Dominic Toretto 1970 Dodge Charger also appeared briefly in the movie Fast and Furious 4, and in repair by Letty. But unfortunately, Letty died in suicide by Fenix, Braga’s men. Where when Letty (Dom’s girlfriend) to follow a duty of police to arrest Braga, in the hope that if successful, it will be free from the law of the Dom. In 2011, 1970 Dodge Charger back in use by Dom at the Movies Fast Five.


In the movie Fast Five, Dominic Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger comes with a black light bulb, becoming more ferocious and very sporty. Nuances of classic cars are still very pronounced with the round headlights. With a machine that stands out on the hood, is characteristic of Dominic Toretto 1970 Dodge Charger. The back is the Ford 9-inch mounted on leaf springs. Tires are 255/45R20 front and 305/45R20 rear-General on wheels Torq-Thrust-style Coy’s 20-inch. Front suspension and steering changes by body part is relatively lightweight fiberglass and the result is a surprisingly sweet car to drive. Its a manual steering was very heavy and require less power, but it is accurate and relatively quick.


Nothing special about the interior from Dominic Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger. Two seats in front, no carpets, no sound system, full roll bar, however, ODA Grant steering wheel, door panels and the steel sheet complete set of instruments such as the dash Autometer be sheet steel fabrication. And when you turn the ignition switch, mounted to the left of the steering wheel like the Porsche, the engine roars to life barely muffled. This may not be blown Hemi, but still pretty good.


Dominic Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger is powered by a Chevrolet small-block V8 crate. Rating 400 horsepower when it was bought from Year One, this 5.7-liter OHV engine GM-built no slouch. But there is a frame-rotate 900-hp Hemi good. And with the support of GM Turbohydramatic three speed automatic transmission 400 is equipped with manual valve bodies and controlled by a ratchet shifter Winters, when you move from gear one to gear two, your body feel attracted by something that is very fast and it feels as if the body toward on the dimensions of a faster pace with the time difference very quickly.

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