How much is a Veilside RX-7 worth?
The seller, located in Houston, Texas, is asking $85,000 for a chance to own this very special RX-7. Considering the kit’s rarity and the top-notch conversion quality, we’re not too offended by the price.
How much is a Veilside body kit?
VeilSide produces a bodykit called “Fortune” which replaces all body panels except the roof. It is currently available for the Mazda RX-7 FD3S, Toyota Supra Mark IV, Acura NSX, Toyota MR-S, and the Nissan Skyline V35/V36. The Fortune kit ranges from $4,500 USD for the MRS to $15,000 for the RX-7.
How many Veilside RX-7 are there?
So in order to make this car (and its seven replicas-three of which were built by VeilSide) drift, McCarthy’s crew went in and carved most of the tread off the rear tires.
How much HP did Han’s RX-7 have?
Unsurprisingly, it takes a lot of man hours to put something like this together, but nine (nine?!) of these cars were made for the film to be used for stunts, and filming in Japan. The hero car was said to make just a hair over 300 horsepower and 256 lb ft of torque.
How much would Han’s RX-7 cost?
These cars were sent back to Japan because they were right-hand drive Japanese-market cars. They were sold to JDM car broker New Era Imports. RX-7 enthusiasts can build a replica of the “Tokyo Drift” RX-7 with the Veilside Fortune wide-body kit, but it comes with a hefty price tag of $16,770.
How fast is Han’s RX-7?
It took 6 seconds for the flying brick to hit 60 mph and 14.1 seconds to run the quarter mile at 104.5 mph. That’s why this extravagant car built for the 2005 Tokyo Auto Salon was chosen to star in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
Why does Han’s RX-7 look different?
The RX-7 was originally red, but was repainted House of Color Sunset Pearl orange for filming. It kept the body kit, as well as modifications made by Veilside to the 13B rotary engine, including an HKS turbocharger and Veilside’s own titanium exhaust system.