Nissan Skyline "Fast & Furious" STOLEN

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Fast & Furious movie last outstanding in cinemas in the world but the Nissan Skyline that is used in the Paul Walker movie is stolen in Sun Valley, Los Angeles.

Cars built for two years only take 10 minutes to disappear. Although in the film that looks like GT-R R34, the most powerful variant of the Nissan Skyline, the car actually has a lower specification, namely GT-S. This car is estimated to cost $ 75,000.

Blue car was built by director Chris Milano for two years. Thieves break the door and the metal see the car and ignore the Porsche Boxster that were there. In an effort run, he had almost hit another car.

This car is not insured because it is only in use for shooting the film and the campaign needs.