Paul Walker’s trusty ride from the “Fast & Furious,” has been stolen. The $75,000 Nissan Skyline GT-S, owned by Chris Milano, was converted to GT-R specs for the movie. While not “Gone In 60 Seconds,” reports indicate the pristine Skyline was taken from a L.A. warehouse in just 10 minutes.
The car was stolen when thieves busted through a metal side-door. Though the thieves targeted the Skyline, they were like a bull in a china shop, scratching a Porsche Boxster and a Studebaker, and dinging a BMW, as they made off with their plunder. Milano says the car wasn’t insured (big ouch) because it was mostly used for promotional purposes, but he is offering a reward for any information that leads to the car’s recovery.