Son Restores Mom's 1964 Plymouth Valiant To Keep Late Father's Promise
A son “stole” his mom’s vintage car, replaced it with a fake - and then lovingly restored it as a surprise on her birthday. The 1964 Plymouth Valiant Convertible sat gathering dust in Gini Brown’s garage. When her husband bought the car in 1979, he had plans of restoring it - but never managed to find the time. But after he passed away in 2010, their son Casey Brown swore to finish the job and complete his dad’s dream. With the help of his uncle Stevie, a junk yard owner, he “stole” the car from his moms garage and replaced it under tarpaulin with a junker car. Incredibly, his mom never noticed and over the next four years he meticulously restored the car to working condition. All that was left was to surprise his mom and take her for a spin around the block.
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