I have some unfortunate news to bring you today. Connor Harrison, the terminally ill 12-year-old boy whose dying wish inspired thousands of people to put on a massive car show in September, passed away in Britain about a week ago.
If you've been away from the internet for the last few weeks, you might have missed Connor's Day, a massive car show in England where more than a thousand cars of all stripes gathered at the request of a young boy grappling with a terminal cancer.
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A little over a week ago, a post appeared on a British Subaru forum: A father had just found out his son was terminally ill with cancer and he wanted to give him one last thrill with a small car show on September 8th.
Last week, we heard about a British father that wanted to throw one last car meet for his terminally ill, car obsessed son.
You're watching the world's fastest Postman Pat van setting a record run of 17.4 seconds at 84.28 mph. It might just be the cutest drag racer we've ever seen, and it's for a good cause.
Yesterday, we told you that a British father and Subaru owner is facing the very stark and devastating reality that his 11-year old son only has weeks left to live. He posted a note on a British Subaru forum saying he was planning a small car show in a week and would love for some cars to show up and brighten his…
The worst nightmare of any parent is facing the loss of a child. It's an unimaginable tragedy no matter how it happens.