Paul Walker’s Show Will Auction His Collection But Won’t Mention Which Cars Were His.
Paul Walker, late star of the ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise, was wrapping up filming for The Fast And The Furious 7 when he was involved in a horrific car crash that ended up taking his life. Paul Walker was not only a loved actor but a philanthropist and car collector among many other things. He was in love with marine biology, cars and most importantly helping others. He was leaving a charity event when he was killed in a car crash stunning the car community as well as Hollywood. Paul Walker had a dealers license and was a co-owner in an automotive performance parts shop. He would continuously sell and purchase cars adding to his collection of rare automobiles. It has come to the attention of the car world that Paul’s collection will be going up for sale but there is a twist.
Paul’s estate believes that he would not want his name or the details of his death associated with the vehicles he had in his collection. Paul would not want these circumstances to raise the value of the vehicles so the estate will keep the details of the vehicles owner a secret.
Nobody will be sure if any of the cars for sale were actually Paul Walkers vehicles. This should eliminate any excessive press or unwanted attention to the auction.
In a previous interview with Paul Walker he was asked about his collection. His grandfather was a race car driver and and a collection of his own which was a huge inspiration for Paul. Paul stated that a few of his favorite cars in the collection were:
The Fast And Furious 1 Toyota SupraIt is obvious that Paul Walker was a huge inspiration to the performance automotive scene and has produced more excitement for a franchise than almost any other. Were very excited to see what Fast 7 has in store but quite saddened that this will be the last in the franchise featuring Paul Walker.
Take a look at a video of Paul Walkers collection below