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FD3S in new movie
Submitted by Bill in OKC on Monday, June 5, 2006 - 3:08pmNext Gen RX-7

I saw a movie trailer for the new movie Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift the other day when I went to see X-men 3. Bigger than life is a customized FD3S in the movie. I actually like the stock looks of the FD3S better but I intend to see the movie just to enjoy a trick RX-7 in action. It is a shame that so few of these icons are still around here in the U.S.

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October 6, 2006 - 8:19pm
I saw the movie I like it is just plain fun. You don't have to look at it as realistic, which actually it is more realistic than the other two movies. The cars are awsome and the filming is great too.


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