5 Siblings Surprise Their Parents With An Old And Fully Restored Friend


Just like the old days.

The car of your youth often holds countless memories. Sometimes it’s your very first car, or the one you drove when you met your future husband or wife. And because something called life happens, that car is usually traded in for something more family friendly at some point along the way. This is the story for many, but not everyone is given the chance to be reunited with that special car. Fortunately, this couple has five awesome children who wanted to do something very special for their parents: reunite them with their old 1973 Pontiac LeMans.

Unfortunately, their exact car had a date with the crusher years ago, but they managed to find the next best thing, one that was not only the same model year but was also built in the same factory. Man, we love stories like this.

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