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Sons Reunite Father With His 1965 Chevy Impala

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Back in 1965 Herb Younger bought a brand-new Chevrolet Impala and cherished it for over 15 years, before selling it to pay for his sons’ education. Now his sons return the favor by reuniting dad with his beloved car after two decades!

They spent five years tracking Vehicle Identification Number of the car and finally found it in Canada. Fortunately the car was still in good condition. The story caught Chevrolet’s eyes and they decided to play in with a film for this emotional homecoming. I can totally imagine how the man felt when he saw his car again. A man’s favorite car is more than just a bag of nuts and bolts to him.

“It’s not just a car. It’s all the memories and feelings,” said Jared Younger. “It brings all that back.”

“The moment when he realizes his car has come back to him is priceless, and is a prime example of the emotional connection many people have with their Chevys,” said Chris Perry, vice president, Global Chevrolet Marketing and Strategy. “The story is moving because it’s true – and there’s no better way to prove that Chevy runs deep.”

“‘My Dad’s Car’ tells a story that is common among Chevy owners, who tend to confess to carrying a lifetime love of the brand,” said Jamie Barrett, executive creative director at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. “In the case of the Younger family, we got lucky and were able to capture the emotional reunion between Herb Younger and his lost-but-never-forgotten 1965 Impala SS.”

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