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Must Watch: Son Surprises Mom With Dream Car

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A new YouTube video shows a son paying it forward to his beloved mother.

Corey Wadden heard many stories about his mother's dream car growing up, and he's always wanted to make her wish come true.

“Since I was a kid, my mom's been raving about this car that she's always wanted: an old Saab,” said Wadden.

One day Corey decided to have his mother point out her dream car.

“After 6 months of looking, my friend found one on eBay and I reached out to the seller. It wasn't the same year or color, but it was close. It was a silver 1974,” he said.

While doing more research, Wadden found out the seller had exact 1973 Saab model and color his mother always wanted.

It took Wadden a few more months to purchase the car, but the surprise was well worth it. Her reaction is heartwarming.

Take a look at the precious moment captured on video.

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