- Jason Momoa had the sweetest surprise in store for his wife, Lisa Bonet.
- Knowing just how much love his wife still holds for her 1965 Ford Mustang, he decided to have it restored.
- Lisa couldn’t hide her amazement as she inspected the car — it was even better than before!
Actor Jason Momoa has been with actress Lisa Bonet since 2005, so he knows just how much love his wife still holds for her 1965 Ford Mustang.
The car was the first one she has ever bought. She got it when she was only 17 years old. It eventually got beat up over the years, but she refused to give it up.
So Jason enlisted the help of a custom car builder to restore the beloved car as a surprise for his wife.
There were many obstacles. Aside from being covered in rust, the engine was no longer working correctly. The interior also needed a lot of work.
But the team at Divine 1 Customs rose up to the challenge.
Jason shared a video of the whole restoration process on YouTube.
First, they had to clean the car by hosing it off several times. They then had to replace most of the parts until almost only the original frame remained. Finally, after several long hours and a lot of elbow grease, the restoration project was finished.
Jason was definitely amazed. His huge smile showed just how much this project meant to him.
He then brought the car home to surprise his wife.
Lisa was stunned! As she circled the restored car, she expressed her wonder at how it was brought back to life. It looked even better than before!
She couldn’t hide her amazement as she inspected the car — looking under the hood, checking out the fresh paint job, and finally clutching the new steering wheel.
Jason shared the experience in an Instagram post that read, “I wanted to surprise my wife with her first car she ever bought and bring it back to life and into our family.”
“I could not have done this without the love and support they put into this project,” he continued, thanking the team that worked so hard on the restoration.
What a wonderful gift to show your love!
As the actor said in his YouTube video, “I know we can’t relive a memory, but maybe we can rebuild one.”
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