The regretted actor’s estate filed a lawsuit last year to recover a significant portion of the extensive car collection, which included more than 30 vehicles.
Paul Walker’s estate has settled a lawsuit after taking back control over of a significant portion of the actor’s car collection. Back in 2013, immediately after the actor’s sudden death, Richard Taylor, who worked at the Valencia, California, warehouse where Walker stored his vehicles, took possession according to reports of at least seven of them within 24 hours- and he also held the Certificates of Title for 18 vehicles. The settlement’s term have been deemed confidential but the Walker’s estate lawyer confirmed the cars have been taken back. Among them we could mention models such as a 2011 Porsche GT3 RS, 2008 BMW M3, three 1995 M3 units, a 2004 GMC truck, and a 2006 Ford Crown Victoria.
The lawsuit was filed last summer to obtain them. According to the family Taylor quickly hid the cars after Paul died and reports also talk about extortion attempts before the eventual return. Walker lost his life back in 2013 while being driven by friend Roger Rodas in a Porsche Carrera GT. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department the supercar was doing 93 miles per hour and in April this year another lawsuit ruled Porsche could not be blamed for the crash. Not long after his death, the Walker estate privately sold some of the cars in the collection.
Via The Drive