Thank a Soldier~:)

Feel Good Story~!

An Iraq war veteran in Pearland, Texas, thought he was stopping by the shop to check on some small repairs to his classic car over the weekend.

When he arrived, he was surprised to find his 1965 Ford Mustang restored to mint condition.

Retired Sgt. Kelly Foster bought the classic car nine years ago after his first tour of duty in Iraq. He has been slowly paying for repairs and restoration on the car ever since, KHOU 11 reported.

Strangers Pay For Veteran’s 1965 Ford Mustang To Be Restored

When Margaret and Timor Martin heard about Foster’s car and his service in the armed forces, they gather funds from friends and family to help complete the work on the soldier’s dream car.

The repairs cost $20,000 dollars..

Boooyah! Enjoy the ride Kelly!

Unlike our PC pathetic so called “Commander in Chief”…our Marines are the ones who see a clear line between Good and Evil.

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Unlike the dhimmi Congress members, our soldiers actually ahem…work.

Their sacrifice, self-discipline, and personal responsibility is unparalleled.

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As y’all know, I have worked with soldiers returning from Iraq, and trust me Sweet Friends…Whether they fly, march or sail….They got your back.

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God bless our precious Troops.

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FREEDOM AINT FREE.

9 Responses to “Thank a Soldier~:)”

  1. cube says:

    Even though I am a big Mustang fan, I would still think this story is just wonderful. We all need to do what we can for our troops. I can’t refinish a car, but there’s plenty the rest of us can do to help.

  2. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    our BEST are the BEST- thank you for the moving story of the Sgt’s car –
    XO
    Carol-CS

  3. Mustang says:

    FANTASTIC story, Angel! Thank you for posting it.

  4. Comedy Plus says:

    Why isn’t the media all over this story? Oh wait, they hate the military. This story rocks honey.

    Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

  5. Jerry (DaBlade) says:

    “underpaid and under-appreciated… They are not taken care of the way someone who is willing to put their life on their line should be treated.”

    Love the random acts of kindness stories for these brave men and women of the military.

  6. -FJ says:

    I think that Obama should be forced to hand write an apology to every veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan for squandering their blood in the region.

  7. Ron says:

    Well done…. well done….

  8. KarLMMMMM says:

    Considering the Soldier’s name in your last picture is “COVERT” does that

    make every action of his…………..Covert!!!!

    Thanks Angel for a feel good story…

    now back to Obama#$%^&…

  9. Woodsterman says:

    WELCOME HOME!