By Ben Walley
A dad could not believe his eyes when his son bought him his dream motor.
Personal Fitness Trainer Paul Jewiss, 41, surprised his dad with the gift of a lifetime by getting him a Toyota MR2 MK1 years after he had to give his up.
Michael Jewiss, 64, a catering Manager from Norfolk was left speechless when his son parked up in his dream car and handed over the keys as a heartfelt thank you.
Paul said: “In 1997 my father bought a Toyota MR2 MK1 as his dream weekend car having saved up for one for several years.
“After two years they could no longer afford to keep it as a weekend car. After several discussions, they decided to sell it to me.
“Regrettably, I was involved in a minor road accident which resulted in the MR2 being written off.
“When my dad saw the car, even though he kept it to himself you could tell he was quite upset seeing his car damaged, however his priority as a parent was to make sure I was okay.