The Hollywood trio will cross the auction block on November 17.
What's that old saying, 'third time's a charm'? Well it's certainly appropriate here, because for the third time since the film's release little over a year ago a Baby Driver Subaru is up for sale.
This one, a rear-wheel-drive stunt car, in fact the rear-wheel drive stunt car – only one RWD car was made for the production out of the six Subarus used in total – has been up for sale before. The screen-used car sold for over £53,000 after an eBay auction which attracted 71 bids.
Gallery: Baby Driver Subaru WRX eBay
It's now up for auction again, but is only expected to fetch between £15,000-20,000 when it hits the auction block at The Prop Block auction in Henderson, Nevada on November 17.
The relatively small price for a film car (and a good film car from a great film, too might we add) is probably down to the poor condition of the car as a whole. Originally grey, the redone red paintwork is covered in scratches and chips, and the car has 156,477 miles on the clock – not to mention the huge amount of abuse the car will have been through as a stunt vehicle.
Also being sold at the auction will be a brace of Fast & Furious cars.
The 1972 'F-Bomb' Chevrolet Camaro from Fast & Furious (that's the fourth film) and the 'off-road' Camaro based on a 1967 model from Furious 7 are also up for sale.
The 'F-Bomb' is expected to go for between £30,000-40,000. The 5.7-litre V8-powered muscle car is said to be in good condition and comes complete with Mickey Thompson tires, full stunt regalia including the appropriate seats and a full roll cage.
Meanwhile the Furious 7 Camaro is expected to sell for as much as £93,000.
The car, driven by Tyrese Gibson's character, Roman Pearce in the 2015 film is powered by a 6.2-litre V8 engine putting out 530 bhp. Weirdly, the powerplant is mated to a two-speed gearbox, but remember it's a stunt car, so it is designed with a specific purpose in mind, and that purpose isn't commuting or driving to the shops.
It has a custom chassis, as well as a full roll cage, off-road racing shocks, four parachute brackets (don't try driving it out of a plane though), and racing seats.
Both of the Camaros were built by Fast & Furious car guru Dennis McCarthy.