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The sixth installment of the Fast and Furious film franchise will hit theatres Friday.

Fans of the series go to drool over the classic muscle cars, but how much would one set you back?

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The most expensive car in the film is the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, which goes for about $3.2 million, says Paul Sisolak of GoBankingRates.

With a 20% down payment of $640,000 and a loan term of 48 months, you’d need to pay $55,528.34 per month at an interest rate of 1.9%.

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The cheapest car on the lot is the 1978 Ford Escort, which would only cost around $35,000. With a 20% down payment of $7,000 and the same terms, it would cost you $585.65 a month.

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Originally published on Advisor.ca

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