Hart, 40, the actor and comedian known for starring roles in movies like "Central Intelligence," "Back to School" and "The Upside," underwent back surgery after the 1970 muscle car — which was featured in the 2018 movie "The Fate of the Furious" — rolled into a ditch early Sunday near the Los Angeles suburb of Calabasas.
Hart was a passenger along with two other people, including the driver, who also suffered serious back injuries.
At first glance, a photo of the mangled car obtained Tuesday by NBC News would lead you to believe it's a convertible. It's not, as shown by the photo Hart posted on Instagram after he bought it for his 40th birthday in July.
Leland "Pookey" Wigington, the president of Hart's company, HartBeat Productions, said in a statement on Tuesday that Hart "is doing fine after back surgery and is expected to have a full recovery very soon."