You could own Paul Walker’s Nissan Skyline GT-R for $1.35 million

Any Nissan Skyline GT-R that’s legal in the U.S. is a rare bird. One that was featured in the Fast & Furious movie and driven by the late Paul Walker, though, is virtually priceless.

And that’s exactly how it’s been valued: like a priceless work of art.

The German luxury and classic car restoration website GT-A is asking EUR 1,000,000 – around $1.35 million – for the world-famous car. Before you balk, consider that 50 percent of the proceeds from the sale will be going to Paul Walker’s charity Reach Out WorldWide (ROWW).

You’re not just getting a movie star of a car, though, for that hefty hunk of coin. It’s been seriously modded, making it not just a prop but also a proper road racer.

It features: Turbonetics front-mount Intercooler; Nismo Lowering Springs; Custom Roll Cage; ARC Titanium Strut Tower Bar; 19X11 Volk Racing RE30 Wheels; Rotora Big Brake Racing Conversion 6 pot front and 4 pot rear; Nismo Version II Bumper with side skirts; East Bear Hood; Rear Seat Delete (the lonely man special); Momo Sport Alcantara steering wheel; Nismo V-Spec NUR Pedals; Custom Head-Up Display for Dash-Mounted PC; MFD Xenarc Display unit with all gauges programed to the ECU of the car; Sony Head Unit; OMP Custom Seats and Lap 5 Point harness; Nismo NE-1 Exhaust; and Universal Pictures Rental Contract Copy.

Stateside buyers shouldn’t get too excited, though. The car is currently located in Munich, Germany. If you do buy it, you’ll have to have it shipped. Luckily, though, it has a Florida title. So you shouldn’t have too much trouble using it as your daily driver, let’s say.

(Video and images courtesy of GT-A)

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