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Paul Walker’s Car Shop Is Shutting Down For Good

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The car shop jointly owned by Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas will now be closing soon after both were killed in last month’s tragic car crash.

Always Evolving in Valencia, California has already begun cleaning out the store. All in-house cars will soon be auctioned off and all current employees have already begun looking for new jobs.

There was a small group that wished to keep the shop open but without either owner's financial support, keeping the business afloat is impossible.

Paul and Roger died just a few hundred yards away from the shop while driving in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.

All we can say is, you are missed, Paul.

[Images via Facebook.]

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5 comments to “Paul Walker’s Car Shop Is Shutting Down For Good”

  1. Zaina says – reply to this


    Aww! My poor baby. RIP

  2. 2

    What are you going to blog about next? Johhny Carsons death? Dude, you and your clown employees are so late with everythign,

  3. Jennifer says – reply to this


    Only paul will be missed? - 2 men died that day.. I hate that he doesn't get any recognition because he wasn't a famous actor - just disgusting.

  4. Office Drone says – reply to this


    Are you seriously this insensitive, Perez?? Only Paul? What about Roger? Roger left behind family and friends as well. I don't think Paul would be very appreciate for you to ignore one of his best friend's either. Tasteless.

  5. 5

    I think the reason people fail to mention Roger is because he was behind the wheel and pretty much had a big part on what happened that day. They're both gone and at this point I feel bad for those employees that worked in that shop. Many of those had families and had their life forever changed along with those family members who lost Paul and Roger.