The car he drove in the second film; "2 Fast, 2 Furious," is on display in the valley.
It's on display at the Scottsdale Quarter and will be on display until 9 p.m. Friday.
"You can see it in the film plain as day, and the camera is kind of looking at him through the window, and that was this car," said Jeff Catlin, Car Logistics Manager with Barrett-Jackson.
The car was made to look like a Yenko Camaro, a high-performance car from back in the day. It's road worthy, a beauty to behold and has quite the perks fit for a superstar car.
"This car had a lot of camera work done, so when you look at the car it has bracketry, and things that are underneath the car, where cameras were mounted and pulley systems were hooked up to move it around to do different things, a lot of wiring," said Catlin.
Fit for Hollywood, but the valley is its home.
"The private collector lives here in the valley, and we take care of his cars, and we've used his car on display before, and for the movie coming out today we're at IPIC. We thought what a great way to get it out," he said.
The car is estimated to be worth more now that the late Paul Walker drove the car; it's estimated to be worth $ 75,000.
The Scottsdale Quarter is located at 15037 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260.