1971 Chevy Camaro
Brian Sposato and Frank Grelo have been friends since kindergarten. They went through high school together where they acquired their interest in American muscle cars. The years flew by; both guys got married and had children. Both, however, fell victim to divorce, leaving them emotionally and financially troubled. Luckily, they had each other to coach them through it, using the wrenching as therapy. Frank got this '71 Camaro that they spent countless nights and some 900 cans of Bud Light wrenching their sorrows away on. Over the last five years they probably saved money by working on this car rather than going to a shrink, so they named it the Quarter-Mile Counselor.
In June of this year, Brian died. He was the one who sent us the letter describing how much this car helped him and his best friend, Frank, get through some hard times. Then Frank picked up the correspondence. His right-hand man and best friend can't help him put the finishing touches on his car, but luckily his son and daughter, Frankie and Summer, have stepped in to help out. With only 11 years between the two, we're sure Brian's help and sense humor will be missed.