Deceased star Paul Walker is mostly known for his work in "Fast and Furious" franchise. He was best known as a street racer and former cop Brian O' Connor, the character that he played in the movie. But what most of his fans don't know is that the late actor was passionate about cars in real life too. He owned several cool cars and had awesome cars collection which was actually revealed in a video titled "Amazing Car Collection at AE Performance" by The Smoking Tire.
The video was originally filmed and posted in Oct, 2012 but was republished by The Smoking Tire on Youtube.com again, recently. As per the introduction of the video on Youtube.com, The Smoking Tire had concealed the identity of the owners of these cars on request. But with republishing of the video, they have revealed that this cool car collection is owned by actor Paul Walker and his former racer friend Roger Rodas. Roger Rodas also lost his life in the massively explosive accident which killed "Fast and Furious" star.
One can see Matt Farah of TheSmokingTire.com taking a tour around the cars owned by Paul Walker and Roger Rodas. The collection includes lots of Mustangs, Prosches, Nissans, BMWs and Ferraris as reported by Stuff.co.nz. According to the Web site the actor's collection also included Rolls-Royce Phantom costing over 14,000 New Zealand dollars. The car is said to have two vinyl wraps and was applied to complete a matte blue finish.
"Fast and Furious" actor died with Roger Rodas in car crash accident while travelling in Porsche Carrera GT. After hitting the tree the car suffered a massive explosion leaving their bodies unrecognizable. According to the autopsy report, the star died due to combined effects of thermal and trauma injuries.
"Fast and Furious" actor was cremated on Dec. 12, 2013 in a private gathering and was mourned in an intimate funeral held for family, friends and "Fast and Furious" crew. A fanmade memorial service was also organized at the accident site where Paul Walker and Roger Rodas both lost their lives. Fan made memorial service was attended by fans in multi thousands.
Watch the video below that showcased cool cars collection owner by Paul Walker and Roger Rodas.