Driving suits like this aren't cheap, and this one is definitely real. If it comes with a certificate of authenticity and it really was from a film, that adds to the value.
- Fact 1: Stunt driver suits are made from fire-resistant material and can withstand temperatures of up to 1,480 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Fact 2: This suit was used in the filming of the movie "Driven," which starred Sylvester Stallone and Burt Reynolds.
- Fact 3: Suits like this are designed to withstand direct flame for up to 20 consecutive seconds.
- Fact 4: Stunt driver suits are typically made from either Proban or Nomex, flame retardent materials which are also used in NASCAR racing helmets.
- Fact 5: "Driven" was both a critical and financial failure, grossing only $32m on a $72m budget and receiving almost unanimously poor reviews from movie critics.