They both have terminal cancer but Kathleen Rinard has only days to live and wanted to give her husband one final gift.
He always wanted to ride in a Cobra convertible sports car, so Kathleen called an auto club to see if they could help.
Instead of a single convertible rolling up to their Mesa, Arizona hospice, 29 Cobras arrived revving their engines along a neat row outside.
Of all the gorgeous cars, her husband, Dayton, recently diagnosed with fatal prostate cancer, chose a blue one with a big white racing stripe down the hood.
This story was produced in February by Phoenix’s ABC affiliate, but recently earned renewed attention when it was added to the Fark website. Thanks to Chris Cloud for telling the Good News Network about it.
(WATCH the video from TV-15)