Appeared In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
Tokyo Drift starts with Sean having a badass classic Monte Carlo and wrecking it because he doesn't know how to control it. By the end of the movie, however, he's learned a lot more about car control -- and the black art of drifting, in particular. With the help of his dad, he builds up a 1967 Ford Mustang by stuffing a RB26DETT Skyline engine into it (salvaged from Han's Silvia, which Sean wrecks earlier in the movie. This prancing ponycar is also reinforced with Global West control arms and front coilovers, KYB rear shocks, and Wilwood disc brakes. Very few appearance mods are applied, including Shelby-style B-pillar schoops and Volk Racing grey GT-7 No. 0355 19" rims as a further nod to the Silvia -- which sported the same rims.