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Do you ever wonder how much those custom cars from The Fast and the Furious movies cost?

It turns out that while some of them would require very expensive auto loans, others are within your reach!

Loans.org researched nine cars from the series that had some of the most powerful custom parts. We found out how much each car’s monthly payment would cost for and 36- and 48-month car loans. We even found out the total interest you would pay on each of those cars over the specified durations.

For example, the 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 with custom chassis reinforcement and a heavy-duty winch from The Fast and the Furious 6 would cost $51,453.95. Its 48-month car loan average monthly payment would be $1,129.37, while the total interest paid over 48 months would be $2,755.93. Its 36-month car loan average monthly payment would be $1,484.35, while the total interest paid over 36 months would be $1,982.82.

The infographic below has eight more custom cars from the movies in The Fast and the Furious series. Check out the total price of each and learn how much it would cost for you to own the ride of your dreams.

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