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2009 Ripsaw from Fate of the Furious goes up for auction

The tank-like 2009 Howe & Howe Ripsaw tracked vehicle “ferocious destinyIt will be up for auction at Mecum’s Indianapolis auction on May 20th.

Flocks of remotely controlled cars, Soviet submarines, and even films that include their silver screen debuts 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, Ripsaw stood out. This is his one in a series of small tracked vehicles developed by brothers Mike Howe and Jeff Howe.

In addition to appearing in the eighth Fast & Furious movie, the Ripsaw was also used in the movie GI Joe, produced by Universal Studios, the same studio that produced the ‘Fast’ franchise.

Power is supplied by a General Motors Duramax LBZ 6.6-liter turbodiesel V-8 to rev the truck via an Allison transmission. Top speed is estimated at around 60 mph, not bad for a track car.

Ripsaw from 2009

According to Mecum, the Ripsaw will cost more than $750,000 to manufacture, but auction houses are only expecting a hammer price of $150,000 to $180,000. So if you have your eye on one of these vehicles, now is your chance to buy it at a ‘relative’ bargain price.

It is unique among the many vehicles that appear in a furious momentum, 10th Ripsoe, who will arrive at the theater on May 19th, 1994 Toyota Supra It was driven by Paul Walker in the 2001 film Fast and Furious. Sold at auction for $560,000 It’s also impractical. Ripsaws are supplied with a bill of sale and may not be road approved. 2009 Ripsaw from Fate of the Furious goes up for auction

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