FAST and FURIOUS: FAST FIVE – Train Heist (Truck, Pantera GTS, GT40, Corvette) #1080HD

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The Fast and The Furious V (2011)
Dom, Brian, Mia and Vince are stealing cars from a moving train in a high speed chase. Train Scene.

🚓 Custom-Built Heist Truck – Brian O’Conner / Paul Walker
Production team built this monster from scratch using around $85,000 of spare parts, a lot of steel tubing, and the cab from an old Oshkosh HEMTT military truck. It’s powered by a GM 502 block, and also makes use of Fox Racing coilovers. They built 10 of these for the film, and around 6 survived. One of these trucks really did make that BIG jump — no CGI trickery was involved. Even more amazingly, it drove away after that stunt.

🚓 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS – Vince / Matt Schulze
Two Panteras were used for the movie. 1971 Pantera that was completely stripped out and had no engine, transmission, interior, electronics and the windows were spray painted black. This Pantera was the one that was yanked from the train onto the flatbed in the train heist scene. The other car – 1972 Pantera did have an engine and transmission, along with most of its parts included inside of the car. This car was used for the driving scene in the desert. Pantera is RWD, manual 5-speed gearbox, engine with 5766 cm3 / 351.9 cui displacement and 237 hp / 414 Nm, top speed: 245 km/h (152 mph) (declared by factory)

🚓 Ford GT 40 Replica – Mia Toretto / Jordana Brewster
GT40s were all one-off, RHD race cars, and authentic ones in good shape can sell for $1.5M. Production team found two really nice kit cars to use as hero cars for about $80K each. Since the GT40’s role is to be driven slightly less abusively than the Vette, only one stunt car was built with a Racecar Replica kit and bare-bones crate motor for about $30,000 USD.

🚓 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Replica by Mongoose Motorsports – Dominic Toretto / Vin Diesel
Very few exist in mint condition, with the price of one eclipsing six figures. A real Stingray was used in the movie, with a built 502 big-block engine, four-speed trans, clean interior, and near-flawless everything else. It was designated a First Unit Production, or “hero” car, meaning only actors can sit in it and it never goes through stunts. Production team built and wrecked 10 matching replicas for about $40K each, consisting of Mongoose kits over C4 Corvette chassis and 400hp crate engines – a comparatively small price to pay for having Dom Toretto jump one out of a train and eventually over a cliff on film. Two replicas were built with rear-mounted, air-cooled VW engines for the jump scenes

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Movie Car Chases HD says:

🚓 Custom-Built Heist Truck – Brian O'Conner / Paul Walker Production team built this monster from scratch using around $85,000 of spare parts, a lot of steel tubing, and the cab from an old Oshkosh HEMTT military truck. It's powered by a GM 502 block, and also makes use of Fox Racing coilovers. They built 10 of these for the film, and around 6 survived. One of these trucks really did make that BIG jump — no CGI trickery was involved. Even more amazingly, it drove away after that stunt.
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🚓 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS – Vince / Matt Schulze Two Panteras were used for the movie. 1971 Pantera that was completely stripped out and had no engine, transmission, interior, electronics and the windows were spray painted black. This Pantera was the one that was yanked from the train onto the flatbed in the train heist scene. The other car – 1972 Pantera did have an engine and transmission, along with most of its parts included inside of the car. This car was used for the driving scene in the desert. Pantera is RWD, manual 5-speed gearbox, engine with 5766 cm3 / 351.9 cui displacement and 237 hp / 414 Nm, top speed: 245 km/h (152 mph) (declared by factory)
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🚓 Ford GT 40 Replica – Mia Toretto / Jordana Brewster GT40s were all one-off, RHD race cars, and authentic ones in good shape can sell for $1.5M. Production team found two really nice kit cars to use as hero cars for about $80K each. Since the GT40’s role is to be driven slightly less abusively than the Vette, only one stunt car was built with a Racecar Replica kit and bare-bones crate motor for about $30,000 USD.
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🚓 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Replica by Mongoose Motorsports – Dominic Toretto / Vin Diesel Very few exist in mint condition, with the price of one eclipsing six figures. A real Stingray was used in the movie, with a built 502 big-block engine, four-speed trans, clean interior, and near-flawless everything else. It was designated a First Unit Production, or "hero" car, meaning only actors can sit in it and it never goes through stunts. Production team built and wrecked 10 matching replicas for about $40K each, consisting of Mongoose kits over C4 Corvette chassis and 400hp crate engines – a comparatively small price to pay for having Dom Toretto jump one out of a train and eventually over a cliff on film. Two replicas were built with rear-mounted, air-cooled VW engines for the jump scenes

Preston Williams says:

in real life they would of died if they jumped that high into water

Kumkum Saxena says:

Very amazing action n u n poul jump in to the river valley very fantastic 👍❤️

Nikhil Surwade says:

RIP physics

Templário says:

Wow, GTA 5 Wastelander

Sir Winkey says:

So this is what the wastelanders from

PreHindsight says:

Nice. Keep fords crash vet.

Typical Gamer says:

1:46 Jordana Gose Up

Typical Gamer says:

0:54 Fast & Furious 6 Sence

DavidPlayz YT Railfanning, Gaming, And More says:

Locomotive Is A Covered P42DC

The Gaming Teadybear says:

How did he know there was water in the canyon

Theo P says:

That fucking pantera is my dream car. My wildest most wanted dream car.

Zul Animation says:

Wasteland truck make this film is better

Sergi Cabrera Sánchez says:

Minuto 3 toma ostia por pendejo 😂😎

GAMING WITH PRATYUSH says:

These vehicles are also in gta san

Red Eye Trey says:

All these cars are on gta now 😂😂

Freedeoxide says:

Gta online wastelander

remedios renar says:

I think the wastelander was from GTA 5

Rene angelo Launio says:

That’s the truck from GTA 5

Jalen Thomas says:

That vehicle was the inspiration for the wastelander in gta online

Coale says:

RIP the Grand Sport Roadster

kashaf nadaf says:

This scene is one of the best in this movie i like this movie fast 5

Evan's Train Tube YT says:

What locomotive is that

knight rider says:

Beautifully executed action scene

santosh padale says:

हा फुल मोही ईग्जी सोडा लवकर

T R A S H トラッシュ says:

Pubg the movie the Miramar grand heist

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