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Justin Roser is a 15 year old boy who grew up without a father by his side and never stopped wondering what life would be like if his dad hadn’t died in Iraq while serving the country.

Besides his mother’s stories, Justin had some items which belonged to the late Army 1st Lt. Jonathan Rozier, among which photos of the car he used to drove.

Justin dreamed of having his dad’s old car, but his mother sold it back in the day and finding it again was like looking for a needle in a haystack.

Speaking to journalist Steve Hartman, Justin’s mom said that she witnessed miracles happening thanks to the social media, so she decided to try her luck and posted photos of her late husband’s ’99 Toyota Celica convertible and asked from Facebook users to help her track the vehicle down.

Believe it or not, the message reached just the right person, Kyle Fox from Pleasant Grove, Utah, who managed to find who the car belonged to now. With the help of some of his friends, he bought the car and restored it to look like a brand new car.

Kyle reached Justin’s mom and told her the great news while Justin had no idea he was about to receive the ultimate surprise.

For his 15th birthday, this young man who missed his dad unconditionally got to drive his old car. Needless to say, Justin was speechless. He could finally connect to his late dad the way he always dreamed.

Thanks to a complete stranger, Justin’s greatest wish came true.

The video of this incredible story is very touching. You can see it below.

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