Sons Of Fallen Deputy Outbid At Auction For Father’s Squad Car… What Happens Next Is AMAZING!

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In Greeley, Colorado, two brothers, Tanner and Chase Brownlee had high hopes of getting their dad’s prized Dodge Charger. Their dad, Deputy Sam Brownlee, was killed in a 2010 police chase. The car was up for auction, the money was to go to C.O.P.S., a organization that provides services for families of officers killed in the line of duty.

Only photos and memories are all they have of their dad, this would be a prized possession for both of them. Something tangible they can hold on to.

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“It’d mean a lot to me and my brother. We’ve been through a lot,” said Tanner. “If we do get it tonight, I kind of hope my mom will let me drive it around tonight,” Tanner said before the auction.

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Tanner started a GoFundMe page to raise money to bid on the squad car. It was just more than $3,000 when the auction started. He didn’t reveal how much he had to spend, but he had a plan. “I think I’m just going to look around, see what everyone else is doing and try to copy them,” said Tanner. “Just up them by one.” When the auction started, Tanner bid first at $2,500. Within minutes, the bids were beyond the Kelly Blue Book value of $12,500. “I think if it goes past the limit we have, I just have to hope that someone has it in their heart to win the car and give it to me and my brother. We don’t really have a backup plan,” said Tanner. As the bids reached $50,000, Tanner’s limit had clearly come and gone, just like his dad’s car.

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“60! Sold it your way, Mr. Steve Wells. Thank you very much,” said the auctioneer. The car sold for $60,000 to a local rancher. Tanner didn’t know Wells before Wednesday, but won’t be able to forget him now. As soon as the auctioneer handed Wells the keys, he turned to Tanner. “Tanner, here’s your car,” said Wells. “You had no idea that that guy in the back was bidding and was going to hand you the keys?” asked reporter Marshall Zelinger. “Nope. I shook his hand and I didn’t know,” said Tanner. “It means so much to me.”

With everything thing that is wrong with this world, it’s refreshing to see a happy ending. Out of a tragedy comes something great. What that rancher did will always be in the hearts of those boys and the community, a selfless act to bring a smile to two grieving children. Tanner later told the sheriff he was donating the money he raised through his GoFundMe account to the organization. With so many GoFundMe accounts created only to scam money from hard working people, it’s nice to see there are some that are for a worthy cause. Bless you Tanner and Chase.

Source ABC News 5

And here is the amazing video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_LhQR0ojbQ

YouTube video via Amazing Tapes

What a wonderful story! Our hearts and prayers go out to the family. R.I.P. Deputy Sam Brownlee…

Dean James AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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