A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

Rest in peace, Paul Walker. The 40 year old star of the Fast and Furious franchise, among other films, passed away this weekend in an unfortunate accident as a passenger in a Porsche Carrera GT. It was a sad weekend for movie lovers and car nuts everywhere. But Paul knew cars, and his garage gave us a snapshot of just how much of a gearhead he really was. You'll be missed, Paul. Toyota Supra

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

Like his character in the first Fast and Furious film, Walker owned drop dead gorgeous Toyota Supra. Albeit a bit more subtle than the modded-out movie car. Ford GT

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

Another ride from the film series, Paul's Ford GT is not one to be taken lightly. Porsche Carrera GT

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

Unfortunately, this is the car that Walker, along with driver Roger Rodas, took their final ride in only a few days ago... (ed. note: reports have suggested this was not Walker's personal Porsche but rather Rodas') Nissan Skyline

After a small stint with the Toyota Supra in the first film, Walker's character switched rides to a Nissan Skyline and never looked back. We think it was a good decision. Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale never made its way into the Fast and Furious films, but this 400 horsepower prancing pony would have made a great addition. BMW M3 E30
A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]
A classic E30 BMW M3 — Walker had good taste in cars if you ask us. Porsche 911 GT3RS

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

A monster on the road and the track, the 600 horsepower Porsche 911 GT3RS is a thing of beauty. BMW M1

A Look Inside Paul Walker's Garage [Photos]

And last, but certainly not least — the BMW M1. This 270 horsepower icon is the cherry on top of Walker's long line of amazing cars, just a small peace of his legacy that soon won't be forgotten by enthusiasts everywhere. RIP. Photo Credit: TheBackpacker / Reddit

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