Paul Walker's Father Suing Roger Rodas' Family For $1.8 Million Over Cars

The father of the late Paul Walker is suing Roger Rodas’ family for reportedly holding Walker’s car collection valued at $1.8 million.

Before Paul Walker and Roger Rodas passed away 13 months ago in a fiery Porsche Carrera GT crash, they owned tuning garage AE Performance together. The tuning shop also acted as a storage facility for many of the duo’s expensive sports cars, supercars and muscle cars.

It is reported that over 30 cars were part of the AE Performance collection and Paul Walker’s father claims that many belonged solely to his son. Many of those cars however, are allegedly under the ownership of the company.

Paul Walker’s father is after the return of the collection to his family or the equivalent value in dollars. The family of Roger Rodas has rejected the claim meaning the case will be settled in court.

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    • Well to Paul dad I think it’s mostly what he thinks he really belonged to his son and would like those cars that he owned back. I know people who visited the shop when they were both still alive and spoke to some of the shop workers about certain cars and were told which were Paul’s exclusively, concerning the cars the were talking about. Personally I think those cars should belong to Paul’s daughter.

      Anyway it’s a very sad situation and a shame that the family’s can’t agree on something.

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