Paul Walker in a scene from the movie Fast and Furious 6.
Paul Walker in a scene from the movie Fast and Furious 6.

Paul Walker's car shop closing with staff looking for jobs

PAUL Walker's car shop is being closed following his tragic death.

The business the late 'Fast & Furious' actor owned with his pal Roger Rodas, who also died in the fatal car accident on November 30, will close its doors in the next few weeks and the staff have already begun looking for new jobs, reports TMZ.

Always Evolving is based in Valencia, California, and sells automobile parts, provides car customisations and enhancements.

However, it's thought the strain of keeping the shop open without the management and financial backing of the two deceased owners has led to its closure.

The shop is currently being cleaned out and the cars owned by the shop are to be auctioned off.

Roger was driving the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT that crashed into a lamppost in Santa Clarita, California, on November 30 and killed both him and Paul.

The late star was laid to rest over the weekend at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills, with 'Fast & Furious' co-stars Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson in attendance.

Paul's death certificate was released earlier this week and ruled he not only died from both the impact of the crash, but also from horrific burns sustained in the subsequent explosion.


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