This impressive car collection belonged to Paul Walker and Roger Rodas [video]

Two weeks ago actor Paul Walker died together with his friend Roger Rodas in a very dramatic car crash.

Paul was not just a big car guy on the big screen but also in real life. He was passionate about the world of cars, attending different events, racing himself and is it turns out he had a nice car collection as well.

Little over a year ago, The Smoking Tire did a video about an impressive car collection, which belonged to Always Evolving. The owners Paul Walker and Roger Rodas wanted to hide their identity, but were kind enough to have the cars shown to Matt Farah. Paul really was a modest and sincere guy.

Though we originally respected their privacy when they asked not to say who owned the cars, as we filmed this over a year ago, it makes no sense now not to say the cars all belonged to Paul Walker and Roger Rodas, two good friends of The Smoking Tire who tragically lost their lives on 11/30/13, and the world is officially a worse off place without them. Paul and Roger will be dearly missed by everyone who ever got to see their smiles, exchange words, or spend time with them at the track. RIP Roger and Paul.

The collection includes a number of Saleen Mustangs, custom Rolls-Royce Phantom, BMW 850Ci, few Ferraris, Porsche 911s, Nissan 370Z from Fast Five, Ford GT40, BMW M3s, several gray-market Japanese imports, classics and more…

The script for the Fast and Furious 7 is being rewritten and filming will reportedly continue in early 2014.


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