Classic Cars are Cool!
I'm Rahlita Thornton from the Thornton Esquire Law Group, PLLC. Today, I want to tell you a story about when I used to have a classic car. I had a '57 Chevy Bel Air. And it was a gift from my father for high school graduation. I kept the car for years and used it in college.My '57 Chevy
It didn't have power steering, so I thought, that's how I got the muscles in my arms, from steering and using that car for years. It was a lot to maintain, but I got stopped a lot too. I had people wanting to buy it. They'd just stop and have conversations about that '57 Chevy Bel Air. And guess what? It was red. So, it really stood out. It also had some special wheels.
Sadly, it was in the shop one day, and the shop owners claimed that it was stolen. So I don't have my '57 Chevy anymore, but I would like to see if you have any classic cars that you are driving. Perhaps you are willing to share pictures of them. I also really like '57 Corvettes and '65 Mustangs. I like classic cars.Do You Have a Classic Car?
So if anybody has a '65 Mustang that they want to donate or send to me, please feel free to do that. Anyway, I'm just asking if anybody has anything to share. I would like to see those kinds of cars. How long have you had your car? Have you been the one fixing it? What kind of experiences have you had as a result of having your classic car?
I wish I still had my '57 Chevy. Eventually, though, I'm hoping to get a '65 Mustang. Hint, hint. Anyway, I'm Rahlita Thornton from the Thornton Esquire Law Group. It's been a pleasure sharing these minutes with you.