Late actor's car in Fast and Furious set to sell at £4m

The owner of the sports car driven by the late actor in one of the Fast & Furious movies has been placed on auction and set to be sold for £4 million.

A sports car driven by Paul Walker in Fast & Furious is set to go on sale at a whooping sum of £4 million in an auction.

The heavily modified R34 Nissan Skyline which Paul Walker used in the fourth instalment of the successful franchise movie will go on the market almost a year after the actor died in a car crash.

It has been revealed that the German owner of the sports car, Peter Kolbeck, is open to offers for the unique motor and expects it to go for between £600,000 and £4million.

The late Paul Walker used the car as he played the role of an FBI agent, Brian O'Conner.

According to information on its Wikipedia page, The R34 GT powered by the RB20DE NEO and coupled with a five-speed gearbox, is the most fuel-efficient straight-six Skyline to date.

Under the bonnet is a twin-turbo 2.6-litre straight-six engine with a Turbonetics front mounted intercooler and all four wheels receive around 550bhp via a six-speed Getrag shifter.

The racing machine features Nismo lowering springs, a custom roll cage, an ARC titanium strut tower bar, Volk racing wheels, a Rotora big brake conversion, a Nismo bumper and side skirts, no rear seats, a Momo Alcantara steering wheel, Nismo pedals and a custom head up display for a dash-mounted PC.


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