Paul Walker: Good driver, better human, F&F icon. He may not be with us any more, but the folks over at GT-A in Munich have one piece for sale that went a long ways towards his status as a car movie immortal: his Skyline GT-R from Fast & Furious 4.
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This is the actual car used in the film, and comes with proper documentation showing that Universal Pictures rented it. Of course, it also comes with a few other things: 19 inch rims, lowering springs, some meaty brakes, and the knowledge that you're going to win. It's like it's in the script or something.
Sure, it's turbocharged, and there was a ton of work that went into the engine to make it nice and pretty for the cameras, but realistically, there shouldn't be much need to raise the hood...
Inside it's got a roll cage, custom steering wheel, and custom pedals, but none of that will draw your attention like the dash-mounted PC so you can keep tabs on what's going on in the engine bay. See? No need to open the hood.
In case you're wondering if they're simply trying to profit from Paul's death, they were originally going to sell it as a "buy the car, meet the star" promotion, prior to Paul's accident, so they didn't simply snatch it up as soon as he died.
You've already seen the movies; check out the car in all its glory right here.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He's a little obsessed, but not in a sitting-outside-the-dealership-at-3a-with-binoculars sort of way. He undergoes track withdrawal symptoms on a regular basis and writes about cars as a salve, and you can follow him on Twitter @aaron_m_miller.