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The car was just a motive to tell a beautiful life lesson.
Thanks for sharing it David. 🙂
PS: 288 GTO in the back?! OMG
Oh! This article has suggested to me many new ideas. I will embark on doing it. Hope you can continue to contribute your talents in this area. Thank you.
Great story. Thank you David for taking the time to share it with us and to Petrolicious for doing this film, one of your best. I was lucky enough last month to tour David’s collection with the Ferrari Club. Unfortunately we did not get to meet you at that time as you were at Cavallino with your Dino Evo. Saw the Rolls and wondered what the story on that was. All the best David from one multiple Ferrari owner to another. Mine are just not as cool as yours. Something to aspire to. Hope to see you and some of… Read more »
A nice little tribute! Nothing about the car though??
Thank you for sharing the story of your father’s heroic journey.
A moving tribute to his hard work, courage and perseverance and to
your love and respect for him.
David, That was truly a wonderful story. I’ve followed your “car videos” on various sites and I’m always so impressed on how centered and genuine you are. After my father passed away I could not part with his vehicle — it now has 193,000 miles on it and still looks and drives as well as it did when I obtained it. It brings back good memories of seeing him drive it knowing he enjoyed taking good care of it. Thank you for sharing.
This is beyond a car story. This is a life lesson. Thank you for sharing!
A story that can make a magnificent Rolls seem inconsequential. And so right about the loss. Thanks David and Petrolicious for a thought provoking morning.
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