Tkress1
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Recently Disabled due to Parkinson’s Disease

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Tkress1

Tomorrow may change everything., Male, 41, from Illinois

Parkinson’s Disease has recently changed my life, but I’ll never part with my GT350. I fight for my family, yet my car gives me hope too. Mar 22, 2019

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    1. Tkress1
      Tkress1
      Parkinson’s Disease has recently changed my life, but I’ll never part with my GT350. I fight for my family, yet my car gives me hope too.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 2, 1978 (Age: 41)
    Location:
    Illinois
    Occupation:
    Recently Disabled due to Parkinson’s Disease
    I’ve been in love with Mustangs of all years since I can remember. Unfortunately my first car wasn’t a Mustang, but that changed when I started making descent money. My first Mustang at the age of 22 was a flawless 12,000 Mile 1992 1/2 Summer Edition Convertible. Orange with a white top, white leather interior, and white pony wheels. It was a Manual 5 speed car, plus it was a factory A/C delete car. I sure do miss that car and spent 10+ years trying to locate it. That was definitely the beginning of my obsession. 30+ Mustangs later, I was finally able to order a new GT350. Now, due to a sudden life altering change in my health, my Mustang days are limited. I’ll be keeping my GT350, as it only has 152 Miles on it. It’s just unfortunate that this debilitating disease came out of nowhere with no prior signs. I was at the top of my 19 year career and then laid up in the hospital for 3 weeks the next day. I turned 40 years old last June and I’m permanently disabled and probably wheelchair bound. I lost vision in one eye, have panic attacks daily, can’t hold my hands still, and have endless body pains. I simply take one day at a time and cherish my supportive wife and two young sons (12 & 9 years old). Mustangs will always live strong within my family, as my sons are passionate about them too. Someday my GT350 will be theirs and my passion will carry on through them. You never know what tomorrow may bring so never take today for granted.