Chevrolet Camaro SS 2012 edicion 2010 Camaro SS Birthday Surprise 2 months ago 05:46
2010 Camaro SS Birthday Surprise Chevrolet Camaro SS 2012 edicion 2 months ago 09:58
Shane is doing great. The car stays parked in the garage most of time these days with about 50,000 miles on it and it still looks brand new. The deal was that he had to maintain better than a 3.0 GPA throughout high school to not have it taken away and he graduated with a 3.1 GPA.
He has since started his own successful pressure cleaning business, has a fleet of 4 trucks and employs 5 full-time people. It would be easy to assume that he was a spoiled, punk kid, but that is so far from the truth! He is a humble, appreciative, hard working 21 year-old entrepreneur.
Another interesting fact is that the guy who pretended to own the car (Chad Crawford) has started his own television series that same year called "How to do Florida" which can also be found on YouTube, Facebook and airs regularly on Fox Sports. What an awesome show... check it out! Chad and his wife are great people and they did an incredible job helping make this idea for a surprise birthday video become a reality. A big shout out to them!
http://howtodoflorida.com/ (Currently in it's 6th season)
May 2013 - Shane is now graduating from high school and the car remains in excellent condition. You might also be surprised to learn that he still hasn't gotten any tickets. We're very proud of the responsible young man he has become...
Apr 2012 -- Well, Shane is now 17 and after 23,000 miles I'm happy to report that he still hasn't had any accidents or tickets. He'll be a senior next year and he's considering a career in automotive design. We'll be posting an update video soon!!
Jan 2011 -- Shane has recently turned 16 and put more than 4,000 miles on the car without ANY incidents. He takes outstanding care of the vehicle and has grown to become a very responsible and mature teenager.
Feb 2010 -- My wife and I ordered a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS as a surprise birthday gift for our fifteen year old son. This was a complete surprise and he had absolutely no idea that the car was his. On another note, I appreciate everyone's concern for his well-being, however I think it is more responsible for a parent to teach a teenager how to drive than to pretend that they're not going to drive fast. The car is not the danger; an inexperienced driver is usually what causes injury or death, regardless of their age.