21 Rare Vehicles From Paul Walker’s Personal Collection Are Up For Sale

Oct 2, 2019

Category: Rides

It’s now been six years since the untimely death of actor Paul Walker. And while he was famous for playing Brian O’Conner, his character from the Fast & Furious franchise, it turns out his love of cars was very real. In fact, he was an avid collector. Now, 21 rare vehicles from his personal collection are headed to auction.

Scheduled to hit the block at Barrett-Jackson’s 2020 Scottsdale auction, this arrangement of motor vehicles is nothing shy of jaw-dropping. Ranging from a trio of ’60s-era Chevys — including a ’67 Nova pony car — to a suite of Fords, each vehicle here is special and serves to cue us into the late actor’s personal story and tastes. Perhaps the most enticing of the vehicles up for sale, however, is Walker’s quintuplet of 1995 BMW M3 E36 Lightweights — a drool-worthy collection of rare German sports cars unto itself. The auction starts on January 11th, but you can definitely expect these rides to go quickly and at a high price.

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