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LEGO Goes Fast and Furious With Dom’s Dodge Charger

A closeup of a LEGO Dodge Charger

Thanks to its Technic series, LEGO offers some of the best and most beautiful vehicles you can build in your living room. Whether it’s the best Batmobile or a Land Rover, it’s easy to fall in love with the vehicle series. Now, for $99, the company is ready to thrill Fast and Furious fans with Dom’s Dodge Charger from the movie that started an empire.

Do you love The Fast and the Furious and its many sequels? While the more recent movies may have relegated street racing to the same corner it put real-world physics in; cars continue to be a character unto their own in every sequel.

A LEGO Dodge charger with a stand stand down to prop it on the two back wheels.
You’re darn right it has a wheelstand position. LEGO

But of all the beautiful and powerful cars featured in the Fast and Furious franchise, Dom’s Dodge Charger is still one of the best. The Dodge Charger is a classic, and Dom’s speech on why he feared and respected the machine set the tone for the rest of the movie to come.

Now you can build a replica of Dom’s car in LEGO form, and the brick company did not skimp on the details. The $99 1,077 piece set looks gorgeous (at least in its photos), and measures 15-inches long and 4-inches wide. Most importantly, you can display it in the wheelstand position. You won’t get any minifigs in this set. We assume it’s impossible to make a minifig look as buff as Vin Diesel.

You can pre-order Dom’s Dodge Charger today, and LEGO says it will ship April 27th. 

via LEGO

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