Autistic Boy Who Loves Classic Cars Is Surprised With His Own Car Show For His Birthday

13-year-old Grant Loftin may not be old enough to drive just yet, but he loves classic cars and knows everything there is to know about them.

His mom, Natalie, wanted to do something special for his 13th birthday, and came up with the idea to let him ride in a classic car, but his birthday surprised turned out to be so much better.

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After seeing all the nice classic cars in the community, Natalie turned to social media and asked in a West Sacramento Facebook group if anyone had a classic car they could use.

Bill Steffey commented on the post and said he would take Grant for a ride in his 1955 Chevy.

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For Steffey, this request hit close to home. Grant has autism, and Stuffy has a child named Michael who is also autistic.

So many others began offering their cars, and the entire community ended up coming together to give Grant the birthday surprise of a lifetime with his own classic car show.

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When Grant pulled up and saw all of the cars, his jaw literally dropped. He was ecstatic to see how many cool cars were there just for him.

He got to see all different makes and models, sit inside them, and even go for a spin in some of them! In addition to seeing all of the cars, he and his family were able to meet so many kind people in their community.

Watch the heartwarming surprise in the video below:

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