Ever wondered where Suki's Honda S2000 went after 2 Fast 2 Furious? Well, it turns out it's chilling with some other incredible automobiles.
David, also known as ThatDudeInBlue, has parlayed his huge YouTube following into some pretty amazing opportunities. If you remember, a while back he had a fan basically give him his Supra for a few weeks while the fan was travelling outside the country, an opportunity most of us would kill for.
Most recently, David was afforded an opportunity of a lifetime when he was allowed to tour The Vault at the Petersen Museum. For those who don’t know, the Petersen Museum houses one of the most diverse collections of automotive history on earth. From television and movie cars to record-breakers and race-winners to historically relevant rides, there’s a little bit of everything in the museum, especially if you manage to talk your way into the Vault.
Our buddy managed to do just that and even more impressive was the fact that he was allowed to bring his camera, something that is generally not allowed inside the Vault. Luckily, David brought us along for his journey and we get a sneak peek deeper inside one of the most amazing collections on the planet.
I’ll be honest, I’m not sure what exactly made David decide to list Suki’s S2000 as the headliner for this video when there are so many cars that are way cooler than her pink Honda. However, he’s the one with the YouTube channel. However, he did find her car from 2 Fast 2 Furious, along with several others from Hollywood, including Steve Urkel’s car and the Batmobile from the Michael Keaton version of the movie.
There are also LeMans winning Ford GT40’s and record-smashing drag cars, super-rare models, and countless other rare and relevant cars. Go ahead and hit that play button and check them out for yourself and let us know what you think!