Chris McKitterick (mckitterick) wrote,
Chris McKitterick
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Old cars and love.

This is one of the most-charming family car stories ever. My cheeks are damp.

From Hagerty, my classic-vehicle insurance company: Joe and Beverly Smith were the proud owners of a 1948 Plymouth Convertible until they had to sell it when Joe was drafted to serve in the Korean War. As a 60th wedding anniversary gift, their son, Joel, found a '48 Plymouth through Craigslist, fixed it up, and gave it to them as a surprise. The car will now forever stay in the family and be passed down through generations:



Okay, back to work, but I had to drop in to share this.

Chris
Tags: hope for humanity, random cool stuff, vehicles
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