It was a beautiful warm Friday night. Perfect excuse to attend the local car meet in the parking lot in front of Golf Town in Lava,l in front of Montmorecy metro, that takes place every Friday night, weather permitting. Walking through the crowded parking lot brings me back to my youth, a time when these cars were our daily drivers, not collector cars. The Mustang Boss 302 was the car my father did not buy. Instead he went with the 69 Galaxy 500 with the 302. Having two children, he needed a bigger car. This was also the first car I drove. The 76 Camaro was my cousins father’s choice. He wanted the Vette but found it too small and expensive. I always remember how he would try to please us by hitting the gas to show us how fast the car was. The 75 Cadillac Eldorado with the red leather seats that my friend would borrow from his dad so we can cruise downtown. The 1970 Trans AM that was to be my first car, which I sold because I could not afford the repairs while attending university. The 1972 Riviera with the 455 that one of my school mates had. The list, and the stories, goes on and on. These were our cars. We bought and sold them never thinking that one day they would be priceless. Strolling through the parking lot the other night was like walking into the past. My past. And it felt really really good! Can’t wait till next Friday. See ya there!
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