Fast and Furious 7: Late Paul Walker Stunt Car Sold For Whopping $1,200,000!

The irony lies that the man who drove a high powered stunt car with perfection in Fast and the Furious 1 ended up dying in a car crash. He was in a Porche on the passenger seat when the car hit a tree and caught fire.

To pay homage to the late actor, the production team and the writers changed the plot of Fast and Furious 7 to give Paul Walker’s character Brian O’Conner a happy ending.

Fast and the Furious 7 has created a new record by bagging one million dollar in just seventeen days. This was seen as a nice way to pay homage to the actor who kick-started the Fast and the Furious franchise.

Fans will be happy to know that after the great success of Fast and the Furious 7, directors of the film have confirmed the fact the eighth instalment of Fast and the Furious is under development and will be seen in years to come. So sit back, fasten your belts and wait for Fast and the Furious to drive you crazy ones again.