Paul Walker dead: Fast and Furious actor’s car collection is now up for sale
The actor’s famous fleet of cars is now available to buy
Paul Walker’s famous car collection is reportedly now up for sale.
The actor’s car and racing shop, Always Evolving, is allegedly working with his estate to organise the sale – but his name will not be used to promote it or to bolster prices. According to TMZ, around 30 luxury cars will be sold, including BMWs, Audis, Mustangs and a few Porches.
All sales will be reportedly made privately through high-end brokers. A spokesperson for the actor could not be reached.
The California-based shop allegedly closed in December 2013, although its website is still in operation. Walker co-founded the store with friend and racing car driver Roger Rodas, who also died in the fatal car accident on November 30 last year.
The pair were driving back from an event organised by Walker’s charity, Reach Out Worldwide, when their 2005 Porsche Carrera GT crashed into trees and a pole and burst into flames. The 40-year-old Fast and the Furious star was a passenger in the vehicle. He is survived by his daughter, Meadow Walker, aged 15.
A private funeral was held on Sunday 15 December at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in the Hollywood Hills attended by close friends and family, while thousands of fans paid their respects for the star at a public memorial and car rally in Los Angeles held the weekend before.
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