Fast & Furious Nissan Skyline stolen from storage facility

Most likely influenced by the movie itself, thieves stole the blue Nissan Skyline from the Fast & Furious movie from a storage facility in Sun Valley, Los Angeles. Thieves reportedly stole the car in a matter of 10 minutes.

The car was actually a Skyline GT-S model that had been modified to look like a turbocharged Nissan GT-R. It took professional driver Chris Milano about two years to built the car for its movie debut (in the movie it took O’Connor only 10 seconds to finish the car).

The thieves stole the car Monday night after getting through metal doors and sideswiping a Studebaker and Porsche Boxster on their way out. The car is estimated to carry a price tag of $75,000 and was not insured.

– By: The Daily Auto Editor

Source: Inside Line