The late Paul Walker was a car enthusiast. For him to act in the Fast and the Furious movies was a dream come true for a car fanatic like himself. He played an FBI agent who goes undercover in the world of car racing and thieves. Tragically, he passed away suddenly in a car crash. During his life, Paul Walker amassed an incredibly impressive car collection with tons of amazing vehicles. We’ve collected a list of some of our absolute favorites.
The BMW M1 is a race car built to be on the road and is a vehicle that set the stage for many BMW cars that came after it. It was produced between 1978 and 1981 and could crank out over 400 horsepower in its day. It was actually used to race. Only a total of 453 M1 cars were ever created, making them a very rare find and a decorated addition to Walker’s collection.
The Saleen S7 is usually referred to as America’s first supercar. During production, multiple different versions of this car were created. It’s a bit of a dramatic look for a dramatic car. The original S7 could reach up to 248 MPH and the final form of this car could get up to 1,000 horsepower.
The original Ford GT created in 2004 is one of the most significant pieces of motor in history. The first GT was built with the sole purpose of beating Ferrari at his one game. In 1966 it was successful! The newer GT that Paul Walker owned continued to have amazing performances. This car is regarded by car enthusiasts as one of the most impressive cars in Paul’s collection because of the rare style and model.
“Eleanor” Shelby GT500 Recreation
The Fast and the Furious movie franchise has hundreds of cars, both real and fake. Eleanor from the film Gone in 60 Seconds is really a star of the show. She is a decorated sports car that raced on and off screen. A decorated version of this car sold for $1,000,000. It is recognizable for the paint stripes and wheels. His specific car was not actually in the movie but it stands out in his collection.
Another Shelby Mustang that Paul has added to his collection is the Shelby GT350SR.These wheels are an updated version of one of America’s most classic cars. It is a 40th anniversary special edition GT. Its notable features include power steering and adjustable trailing arms. It’s built to fly on a race track or on a regular street.
Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale
Paul Walker’s Ferrari is exactly the kind of car that comes to mind when you hear the words “sports car”. This cherry red vehicle can be ripped up and down winding roads and is specially crafted for race tracks. The priority on this vehicle in manufacturing was to be able to keep high speeds while turning corners and when braking.