Appeared In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
At the beginning of the movie, Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) has a confrontation with Clay (Zachary Ty Bryan) in which he drives this tricked-out Monte Carlo pretty heroically -- until he totals it spectacularly, of course. The production team used 11 of these, in total. A stock-car pro-grade suspension was a must. The engine was a Bill Mitchell 632ci big block with a Holley 4-barrel carb on a World Products intake manifold.
Other engine upgrades include March Pulley Systems brackets and pulleys, a NOS system, a Jaz fuel cell, Earl's Performance Fittings steel braided line and anodized fittings, Hooker headers, a Flowmaster dual chamber exhaust, a Be Cool radiator, an Edelbrock water pump, Global West front and rear tubular control arms and weight jacks, Year One coil springs, Wilwood disc brakes, Speedway Engineering swaybars, Wenco 1350 extreme performance driveshaft, Quick Ratio steering box with IROC Camaro internals, Matt Sweeney reinforced fram and rollcage, Moser 12-bolt with Moser Spool 4.88 gears, and KYB shocks.
Appearance mods (yeah, we know) include a Fiberglass Trends cowl hood (arguably still a performance piece since it lowers weight significantly over stock) and Hella headlights.