Lost footage of late Hollywood actor Paul Walker emerged earlier this week showing the car enthusiast visiting the world-renowned GT-R performance shop, Mine’s Motor Sports in Japan.
The allegedly lost footage was discovered by GTChannel during a move, and the company then posted the video on its YouTube page.
In the video, Walker tests out a Mine’s-modified R35 GT-R and reacts excitedly as he takes the 600-horsepower, all-wheel-drive vehicle for a spin.
GTChannel has announced that all proceeds made from video views will be made to the Paul Walker Foundation.
‘We share this as a tribute to Paul’s passion for cars, good humor, and a reminder of the gravity of such a loss,’ GTChannel said in a statement accompanying the video. ‘All proceeds from this video will be donated to the Paul Walker Foundation, a charity launched by Paul’s daughter as a tribute to his enduring legacy.’
Walker, best known for his role as Brian O’Connor in the Fast and Furious franchise, shared a love for the Nissan Skyline GT-R with his character, according to Auto Blog.