Paul Walker, the Hollywood actor whose untimely death in a car crash in Los Angeles earlier this month shocked fans all over the world, has had his extensive collection of cars showcased in a video by US online automotive series ‘The Smoking Tyre’.
The 40-year-old actor, who was once reportedly quoted as saying "If one day the speed kills me, don't cry because I was smiling," was a well known petrol-head, and enjoyed fast cars away from his role as Brian Conner in the Fast & Furious film franchise.
The Smoking Tire was allowed exclusive access to his extensive collection earlier this year, but he and co-owner Roger Rodas, who died alongside him, wanted to remain anonymous at the time.
Now, however, it has been confirmed that the cars belonged to their company Always Evolving Performance.
It’s quite a collection too, with a vast array of American muscle cars, several Ferraris, as well as more rarefied exotica such as a BMW M1 and a Rolls Royce Ghost sporting an $11,000 vinyl wrap.
Click play above and enjoy a collection of cars owned by a pair of serious vehicle connoisseurs.
December 13, 2013