Chase Harris has been a car fanatic since birth. Two years ago he learned a girl in his class was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He did not know Danielle well at all, but he wanted to do something to help her out. He decided to restore a 1967 Camaro for the purpose of selling it at the Barrett-Jackson car auction to help raise money for her cause.

photo courtesy of Chase's charity Facebook page


He restored the car, painted it blue (her favorite color) and sold it for $75-Thousand. Sadly, Danielle died in January, 10 months after being diagnosed and never got to see the camaro.

Here is the full story from ABC 15


Here is a picture of Danielle Hudson, the girl who this was all for:

courtesy of the Classics for Causes Facebook page


Listen to the full interview with Chase: