If Nick has learned anything since that day, it's that you don't always get what you want out of life. He certainly doesn't want to get beat up every day because of the choices his parents have made, but trying to explain the unfairness of it all to the black-haired bully following him around wouldn't be very helpful. Something has to change, and if the adults around him aren't willing to take steps to bring about that change, perhaps Nick just might.
Dane Stevens lives a well-curated existence as a body shop owner in a rural Maine town. He eats lunch at the same restaurant every day, sticks to routine, and dreads change. Of course, the more things change, the more they stay the same - and changes like having to hire new cashiers are proving more cyclical than would be assumed in his sleepy little Maine town. Every new hire is inexplicably followed in short order by the arrival of another 1965 Thunderbird, a car that has proven itself both his curse and possible savior.
"Lessons on life, love, and classic cars"