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2002 Nissan 350Z From Tokyo Drift For Sale

Cheshire Classic Cars in the UK selling one-off Veilside Z from third Fast & Furious film

Aug 13, 2015

It was just a couple months ago the Toyota Supra Mark IV the late Paul Walker’s character drove in the first Fast & Furious film went up for auction, ultimately fetching close to $190,000 when the gavel fell. Now another tuner car from the movie franchise is being hawked, the 2002 Nissan 350Z built by Veilside for the third flick, Tokyo Drift, and its current owners are hoping to make a bit more from this sale.

Carbon engine cover Photo 2/13   |   Carbon Engine Cover

Cheshire Classic Cars in the UK is putting the Z33 up for sale, asking $235,000 for the whip that Drift King Takashi famously drifted up a spiral parking structure ramp. The Z has just 9,800 miles on the odometer, is said to make 430 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque, and is registered for road use in the UK.

Sparco steering wheel Photo 6/13   |   Sparco Steering Wheel

As one might imagine, mods include a bunch of Veilside gear, including a Version 3 wide-body kit and a set of Veilside wheels. There’s also an APS twin-turbo system under the hood, and power is routed through a Nismo twin-plate clutch and two-way LSD.

Veilside wheels Photo 10/13   |   Veilside Wheels

Takashi’s 350Z comes with full documentation authenticating its origin. Not a bad bit of memorabilia if you have the coin (and live in England). For more info on the Nissan sports car, head on over to the Cheshire Classic Cars website.

Bob Hernandez
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