Paul Walker Estate Suing for Cars Missing From Collection

The estate of Fast and Furious star Paul Walker finds itself in a battle to get back cars allegedly stolen within hours of the star’s death in a fiery crash. A man who handled basic paperwork for Walker’s collection is named in the complaint. A separate suit has been filed against the estate of the man behind the wheel when Walker died.

According to court papers filed on behalf of Walker’s estate, Richard Taylor and helpers are accused of removing over 30 of Walker’s cars from a warehouse. The estate claims it happened within 24 hours of the Nov. 30, 2013 fiery fatal crash.

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The estate is charging that Taylor is hiding the cars and may have sold some already for personal gain. The vehicles include a 2008 BMW M3, 2006 Ford Crown Victoria, a 2004 GMC truck, three 1995 BMW M3 models, and a 2011 Porsche GT3 RS.

The lawsuit demonstrates how extensive Walker’s collection was. It also included a 1991 BMW M3, five 1995 BMW M3 models, a 1995 Ford Bronco, 1998 Toyota Supra W-sport R, 2000 Audi S4 Quattro, 2002 Ford Econoline E350, 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty, 2004 GMC SRA, 2006 Ford Crown Victoria, 2008 BMW M3, 2008 Porsche 911 GT3, 2009 Nissan 370Z and a 2012 Toyota Tacoma. Attorneys for the Walker Estate are seeking a jury trial.

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Porsche Paul Walker 4
Porsche Paul Walker 4

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Walker’s estate is also suing the estate of Roger Rodas. He was behind the wheel when Walker was killed. The suit alleges Rodas’ estate is also in possession of vehicles owned by the Walker estate.

Thar suit lists 17 cars, including a 1969 Ford Mustang and a 2010 Audi R8. It wants either the cars returned or equal cash value. A jury trial is also sought in this case.


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