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Paul Walker Tribute Via Grand Theft Auto 5 w/ Video

How one fan recreated the "Furious 7" Paul Walker tribute scene in GTA 5

Jason Udy
May 4, 2015

Paul Walker may have passed away, but he is living on in new ways thanks to an unforgettable tribute given to him at the end of "Furious 7." Now, a fan has created another tribute to the late actor in Grand Theft Auto 5.

The Inside Track To Furious 7

Despite the limits of the video game, the fan's depiction of the movie’s ending is quite convincing with cars taking center stage. In the recreation, the Dukes by Imponte is used in place of Dominic Toretto’s Dodge Charger, while the Banshee by Bravado is used in place of Brian O’Conner’s Toyota Supra. The Dukes was influenced by the Pontiac LeMans and Dodge Charger and Challenger, while the Banshee is influenced by the Dodge Viper.

Just like the original movie tribute, there are plenty of flashbacks of street racing scenes full of muscle cars and imports. At the end, the two cars separate at the fork in the road. Wiz Khalifa’s song “See You Again” from the movie is also part of the recreation.

Check out the Grand Theft Auto 5 tribute to Paul Walker and The Fast and The Furious franchise below.

Source: GTA Wise Guy via YouTube

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